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Eating junk food. Magnifying glass seen over the mouth of a girl showing her mouth stuffed full of pastries. Eating junk food or such fatty and sugary food is associated with problems like tooth decay, obesity and heart disease. Foods rich in saturated fats, such as dairy products like cream, are thought to lead to raised blood cholesterol levels. This can cause atherosclerosis, a disease where blood vessels thicken with fatty deposits, increasing the risks of coronary heart disease and stroke.
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