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A bad diet could cause more deaths than smoking, according to a major new study


A bad diet could cause more deaths than smoking, according to a major new study


Bad diet causes more deaths than smoking, major study claims - INSIDER We should eat more whole grains, fruits, nuts, and seeds.

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