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f you own a bath it’s likely you’ve spent more time in it than perhaps you usually do over the past few months. But, water bills aside, it’s probably been a good thing, as a long soak has now been linked to a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease. In fact,, the more the merrier – with a daily ‘dose’ of bathing offering more protection from stroke or heart attack than a once-weekly dip.

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