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1. TRUE / FALSE: Look at the article’s headline and guess whether these sentences are true (T) or false (F):

a.A study said living near fast food reasons was bad for your health.T / F
b.People who live very close to fast food restaurants are 13% fatter.T / F
c.The study focused on an area that had 262 fast food restaurants.T / F
d.The researchers looked at the social status of people who had a stroke.T / F
e.A stroke is like a heart attack that attacks your brain.T / F
f.The study found as many as 33 fast food restaurants in an area.T / F
g.The lead researcher is 100% sure fast food leads to strokes.T / F
h.There is no link at all between education levels and risks of strokes.T / F


New research in the USA says it is unhealthy _______________ with lots of fast food restaurants. A study by the University of Michigan said people _______________ walking distance of fast food restaurants have a 13 per cent higher chance of having a stroke. Lead researcher Dr. Lewis Morgenstern and his team analyzed _________________ the 1,247 people who had strokes in an area of Texas over a three-year period. The _________________ 262 fast food restaurants. The team compared the stroke victims’ social status with how close _______________ restaurants. He concluded there was a strong relationship between the distance someone lived to fast food restaurants and _______________ having a stroke.
A stroke is similar to a heart attack, _______________ the brain. Strokes are among the biggest killers in the USA. Many are the result of unhealthy eating. A _______________ large amount of fast food and other junk food increases the chances of having a stroke. Dr. Morgenstern’s research found that there _______________ 33 different fast food restaurants in an area. This puts people living nearby more at risk of a stroke. Dr. Morgenstern said he didn’t know whether it was _______________ food that increased the risk of stroke. He said fast food restaurants are more _________________ neighbourhoods where people are less educated and generally have unhealthier _________________ lifestyles.


A study carried out in Germany has found that chocolate may be good for your heart. This is fantastic news for all chocolate lovers. The extensive research was conducted over eight years. The research team followed the chocolate-eating habits and health of almost 20,000 people. They compared how much chocolate was in their diet to the number of heart attacks and strokes people had. Lead researcher Brian Buijsse said: "The good news is that chocolate is not as bad as we used to think, and may even lower the risk of heart disease and stroke." Mr Buijsse said his team found that dark chocolate was the healthiest kind to eat: "Dark chocolate exhibits the greatest effects, milk chocolate fewer, and white chocolate no effects," he said.
The German study showed that people who ate the most chocolate (at least one bar per week) reduced their risk of having a heart attack by 27 per cent. The risk of suffering a stroke was cut by as much as 48 per cent. Nutrition experts believe that natural compounds in chocolate called flavonols are good for our heart. Flavonols also help reduce blood pressure. They are found in cocoa beans so dark chocolate (which has more cocoa) contains more of them than milk chocolate (which has more fat). Buijsse warns people not to suddenly eat lots of chocolate: "Eating higher amounts will most likely result in weight gain. If people start eating small amounts of chocolate, it should replace something else, preferably other high-calorie sweets or snacks."


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