Missing breakfast may raise men's heart risks

07/22/2013 | WebMD · USA Today

U.S. researchers monitored the eating habits and overall health of almost 27,000 male health professionals for 16 years and found that those who regularly skipped breakfast had a 27% elevated risk of developing heart disease or suffering a heart attack than those who ate in the mornings. The findings were published in the journal Circulation.

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