Skipping breakfast linked to higher heart attack risk in men

10/1/2013 | (U.K.)

Men who didn't eat breakfast or who ate very late at night had a greater risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart disease, according to a 16-year study in the journal Circulation of more than 1,500 individuals. Non-breakfast-eaters also tended to be smokers, drank alcohol, and were unmarried and less physically active.

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