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New research concludes that overweight people who have suffered a heart attack may live longer than healthy people because certain fats are programmed to guard the body against heart disease

Overweight people who suffered heart attack could live longer than healthy people, says study

The study suggests that body fat can act as a last line of defence against a heart attack and strokes by releasing anti-inflammatory chemicals

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