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Surprise: Salty Diet May Make You Drink Less


Surprise: Salty Diet May Make You Drink Less
Newser

A salty diet makes people drink less in the long run, a new study suggests. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe, File). (Newser) – An international team of scientists studying the effects of salt intake on our bodies has discovered a surprise: High-salt diets seem

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