No evidence low sodium diets work, s
No evidence low sodium diets work, study says
May 15, 2013 9:09 AM
An Institute of Medicine report says most Americans should eat a little less salt, but researchers say cutting out too much salt can actually hurt patients who have heart failure. Gayle King reports.
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