U.S. Kids' Diet Too Salty for Their Health

The average child or teen in the U.S. consumes nearly 3,400 mg of sodium each day – or more than 1,000 mg above the recommended maximum. Some researchers say that high salt intake is what’s driving an increase in high blood pressure among kids.

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