January 2014 Issue
Research Roundup: January 2014
Men who skip breakfast increase heart disease risk. The risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease was 27 percent higher in men who did not eat breakfast, according to a 16-year study of more than 27,000 male health professionals. Skipping breakfast may lead to risk factors, such as obesity, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and diabetes, which can lead to a heart attack over time, researchers found. The study also found a 55 percent increase in heart disease in men who regularly ate late at night.
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