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Excess dietary salt may weaken  immunity against bacteria in kidneys
Eating more than the recommended amount of salt disrupts the antibacterial function of a type of immune cell, research in mice and humans has found.
Device inspired by mangroves could help clear up flood water
A novel approach to removing salt from water, inspired by mangrove trees, has been revealed by researchers who say the system could offer an unusual approach to clearing up flood water.
Coalition's voluntary salt limits have been 'public health disaster'
Nearly 10,000 cases of heart disease and stroke and 1,500 cases of cancer could have been avoided in England if the coalition government had not switched to a voluntary deal with the food industry to cut salt in food, said researchers.
How good for your health is cutting salt from your diet?
Scientists have calculated that cutting salt consumption by around a quarter could halve the number of deaths from sodium-induced heart disease, according to a study conducted in a part of China with a well-above-average number of deaths linked to high-salt diets, South China Morning Post wrote.
Accurate measurements of sodium intake confirm relationship with mortality
Eating foods high in salt is known to contribute to high blood pressure, but does that linear relationship extend to increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death?
Get your salt right
While there is constant stress on drinking enough water and fluids in summer, what is equally important is maintaining the salt levels in the body since we lose a lot of it through sweat.
Do you like more salt in your food? Blame it on your saliva
If you wonder why everyone’s perception of how salty a dish is differs, it is due to the varying amounts of certain proteins in their saliva.
Lake Bakhtegan turns into salt flat
The images posted on October 24, 2017 by ISNA show Lake Bakhtegan in the central province of Fars has completely dried up.
Salt in restaurant food needs to be further reduced
After examining menu items from 66 of the top 100 chain restaurants, US researchers found that while some attention has been given to offering lower-sodium options, restaurant food is still high in sodium, particularly in main-course items.
Cutting salt intake may improve kidney patients' condition
Encouraging people with kidney disease to reduce their salt intake may help improve blood pressure and cut excess fluid retention, at least for a while, a new study suggests.
How much salt you should really be eating
It is a well-known fact that eating too much salt can be bad for your health — increasing blood pressure and putting people at risk of heart disease. But how much salt is too much and do you know the quantities you're eating?
FDA renews call to reduce salt in processed foods
Americans eat too much salt, and one reason why is that processed and prepared foods have a lot of hidden salt, the US Food and Drug Administration said.
Heart attacks could be caused by ‘too little’ salt
It has long been held that a diet high in salt is dangerous to the heart, raising the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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