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High Dietary Sodium Linked to Subclinical Cardiac Dysfunction

12:48 EDT 4 Aug 2017 | Medscape

But dietary sodium's relation to blood pressure did not explain most of the effect. The cohort study's findings using several different echo modalities has mechanistic but also clinical implications.
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