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‘MilliGrammys’ recognize the saltiest restaurant meals in America

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

Sandwiched between last month’s Emmys and the approaching Grammys ceremony in January comes a cheeky new entry in the award show category: The MilliGrammys.

In a series of video spoofs released Wednesday by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, the mock awards “recognize foods […]

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Man saves co-worker after watching Hands-Only CPR video

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

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A daily ritual of reading the newspaper helped a New York City man learn a skill that he would later use when saving his co-worker’s life.

On the subway on his way to work, David Martinez, 55, peruses The Washington Post on his […]

Experts criticize new study about salt consumption

By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS

A new study suggests reducing excessive salt benefits some people with high blood pressure, but low-sodium diets don’t help people with lower risks for heart disease, stroke or death – findings that were quickly criticized by medical experts as unreliable due to faulty scientific methods.

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