NEW YORK, Nov 30- A tiny salt shaker symbol that warns certain meals are high in sodium will appear, starting Tuesday, on menus in chain restaurants in New York City, the first U.S. city to take the step in an effort to combat heart disease and stroke. The measure unanimously approved by the New York City Board of Health in September applies only to restaurants with at...» Read More
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The protest against the Beverly Hills Hotel and Bel-Air Hotel continues to grow.