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When Food Kills

Keep a tab on what you eat as unhealthy diet and subpar nutrition may lead to serious health issues.

A recent research review published in the medical journal The Lancet says as many as 11 million people died worldwide in 2017 as unhealthy diets led to cardiovascular diseases and cancers. But what about India? "About 60 per cent of all deaths are caused by non communicable diseases such as diabetes, heart conditions and some types of cancers. And most of these are

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