Study links salt, diet soda to kidney function decline

11/2/2009 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Two separate studies found that the risk of kidney function decline is greater in women who consume large amounts of sodium or artificially sweetened beverages. Researchers say the findings are consistent with experimental animal data, but additional studies are needed.

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