Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 24593
  Title Some thoughts on sudden cardiac death - [Part II]
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Journal Nutr Perspect. 2016 Oct;39(4):31, 33-38
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In Part I of this series, I reviewed two papers that made it unmistakably clear that optimal potassium intake and metabolism are very crucial and very under-appreciated factors that need to be considered in relation to a health care tragedy that continues to take people, both young and old, away from the friends and relatives that love them most, all too often and very unexpectedly: sudden cardiac death. Unfortunately, when a relatively unknown issue in the health care community is only addressed by a small amount of papers, many in the health care community may not give this issue the attention it deserves.

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