High Salt Diets Bad for Heart Failure Patients

Each year another 670,000 Americans are diagnosed with heart failure (HF) and there are now close to 6 million Americans living with failing hearts. About 20% die within a year of diagnosis and less than half survive 5 years after being diagnosed with HF.

Nearly 300,000 people die from HF each year. Only heart attacks and cancer kill more Americans. Deaths from coronary artery disease...

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