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News briefs: Skipping breakfast hurts heart health, says Harvard study

It appears that skipping breakfast may lead to a higher risk of heart attack in middle-aged and older men. Our bodies need to be fed regularly to maintain cholesterol, insulin, and blood pressure at healthy levels.

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