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This article is from International Journal for Equity in Health, volume 13.AbstractIntroduction: In many countries including Canada, excess consumption of dietary sodium is common, and this has adverse implications for population health.
Socio-economic inequities in sodium consumption seem likely, but research is limited.
Knowledge of socio-economi

Author: McLaren, Lindsay; Heidinger, Shayla; Dutton, Daniel J; Tarasuk, Valerie; Campbell, Norman R

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