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 How much is too much salt for a person with high-blood pressure?

Answer On One Hand: Limit SaltA person with high-blood pressure should consume no more than 1,500 mg of sodium, or about two-thirds of a teaspoon of salt, per day, according to the Centers for Disease Con... Read More »
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High bloodpressure can be the cause of potassium higy level?

Hyperkalemia refers to the condition in which the concentration of the electrolyte potassium (K+) in the blood is elevated. Extreme hyperkalemia is a medical emergency due to the risk of potentiall... Read More »
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How much more money does a person with a high school diploma make than a person with a GED?

1) States passed a law which required 12 to 16 weeks of school attendance by students between the ages 8 and 14. Major Results: Created strict rulesand physical punishment, which made students mise... Read More »
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Who was the first person to put salt and vinegar on their chips?

I think it was my dad. He was a professional chef. Back in the early 1950s he used to slice potatoes very thin, and deep fry them until crisp. Then, he let them drain (often on Mother's good dis... Read More »
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Can a person live just drinking salt water?

Let's say you're alone on a raft in the middle of the South Pacific, with no fresh water to speak of. What are the health implications of drinking salt water?The answer is that we only need a small... Read More »
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