Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, September 29th, 2002
Healthy babies who had a "preferential response" to salt taste - measured by a relative increase in sucking activity - and who had at least one grandparent with a history of high blood pressure had "blood pressures that averaged 5 mm Hg or more higher than babies who had an aversive or neutral response to salt," said lead author of the study,...
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