Heart Attacks Are More Common in Areas with Many Fast Food Restaurants
Recent research, conducted by the researchers from Australia, suggests that a large number of heart attacks in the area connected to a large number of fast food outlets in this area.
For the research, a team of scientists took data from 3,070 patients admitted to the hospitals in New South Wales with a heart attack in 2011–2013.
Study author Tarunpreet Saluja says: “The results emphasize the importance of the food environment as a potential contributor towards health. Previous studies have shown that the poor nutritional value, high salt and saturated fat in fast food is connected to heart disease.”
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