Do you read studies and make lifestyle changes recommended for heart health? How do you decide what is right for YOUR ticker?
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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Dr. Beckerman on salt and mixed messagesOne of our amazing experts, Dr. Beckerman, has put up an interesting and thought provoking post on his blog, . Click the link above or read it here: <br /><br /><a href="http://blogs.webmd.com/heart-disease/2011/11/a-salt-and-battery.html">A Salt and Battery</a> <br /><br />Do you read studies and make lifestyle changes recommended for heart health? How do you decide what is right for YOUR ticker? <br /><br />Haylen
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