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The Finnish Town That Went on a Diet

07 Apr 2015
In 1972, an international team of academics identified a new and terrifying public-health crisis. In a far eastern province of Finland—North Karelia—middle-aged men were dropping dead of heart attacks at the highest known rates in the world. Unti...

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