Foodies are likely to experience a slight change in satisfying their taste buds the next time they head on over to a nearby restaurant following the new guidelines set by the Food and Drug Administration to curb down salt consumption.
Previous studies have shown that too much salt can increase the risk of high blood pressure and other health conditions. However, could too much salt also be dangerous for your liver?
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that regardless of race, age, gender or even high blood pressure, the majority of Americans are consuming more sodium than is recommended for a healthy diet.
Researchers from the Southwest Research Institute carried out an experiment so they could determine why moon rocks contain fewer volatile elements than earth rocks.
Researchers have created a new low-cost battery that could help store renewable energy. The battery is made of magnesium and sodium, and it has the same energy density as lithium-ion batteries.
New findings published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveal that young adults who had elevated blood pressure for long periods of time are more likely to show signs of cardiac dysfunction in middle age.
It turns out that many adolescents consume the same amount of salt as adults, with some consuming more than twice the recommended daily allowance. Regardless of calorie consumption, this high sodium intake is directly correlated with fatness and obesity.
Changing your diet in order to combat various cardiovascular problems can make a significant impact on your health, according to recent research from the Heart Failure Society of America, who recently had a meeting in Orlando, Fla.