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Nutrition Study for Firefighters
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A nutrition study was conducted to see if changing the eating schedule of firefighters to within a 10 hour period could improve their health without altering their work schedule. The study faced the challenge of understanding and respecting the tight-knit culture of the firefighter community.

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