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Better late than never: Changing what you eat can change how soon you’ll die

All kinds of evidence points to the positive effects a good diet can have on our health. But what about those of us who are just now paying attention to…

All kinds of evidence point to the positive effects a good diet can have on our health. But what about those of us who are just now paying attention to that memo?

A new study shows that such diet changes are better late than never — as long as those new healthy habits stick.

That came from researchers at Harvard’s school of public

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