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Missing breakfast linked to heart disease death, study says

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Researchers say that skipping breakfast can increase the risk of dying from heart disease. The new study was published on Monday in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. It showed that the risk of death from cardiovascular disease spiked by 87 percent for people who say they never eat the morning meal. Skipping breakfast had a link to changes in appetite, higher blood pressure, dangerous changes in lipid levels and lower satisfaction after eating, the researchers say.

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