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If Our Bodies Could Talk

The Terrors of Skipping Breakfast

Apr 04, 2014 | 18-part series
Video by The Atlantic

Is breakfast "the most important meal of the day?" Dr. James Hamblin explores the culture behind the idea that health begins and ends with breakfast. What you eat is much more important than when you eat it. Many Americans regularly skip breakfast. They'll survive.

Authors: James Hamblin, Katherine Wells

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Off-beat perspectives on health topics from Dr. James Hamblin. This series is supported by Aetna. This material is for general informational purposes only. It is not meant to replace the advice, diagnosis or treatment by a physician or other health care professional. Aetna is not the author of this material.

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