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STATEMENT OF POTENTIAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST C. A. Grimes and C. A. Nowson are both nonfinancial members of the not-for-profit organizations Australian Division of World Action on Salt and Health and World Action on Salt and Health. Neither receives any support or funding from these groups. E. A. Szymlek-Gay has no conflict of interest to declare.
FUNDING/SUPPORT C. A. Grimes acknowledges the support of a Heart Foundation of Australia Postdoctoral Fellowship (Award ID: 100155) and a Deakin University Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. E. A. Szymlek-Gay acknowledges the support of a Deakin University Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.
AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS The authors’ responsibilities were as follows: C. A. Grimes, E. A. Szymlek-Gay, C. A. Nowson designed the research, C. A. Grimes analyzed the data, wrote the paper and had primary responsibility for the final content. E. A. Szymlek-Gay and C. A. Nowson contributed to data analysis and interpretation and reviewed and read the final manuscript.