Study Suggests Genetic Information May Lead to Behavioral Changes for Individuals with Sodium Sensitivity | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – People armed with genetic information about their risk for developing high blood were more inclined to cut down on their salt intake, researchers from the University of Toronto reported in a study published online today in PLOS One.

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