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22 February 2011

Junk food after heart attack

You might think patients who've had a heart attack might cut back on fast food, but in fact, some sufferers who were junk food eaters, return to their bad habits.

You might think patients who've had a heart attack might cut back on fast food, but in fact, some sufferers who were junk food eaters, return to their bad habits.

When the researchers checked back six months later, 503 were still eating junk food every week.

 
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