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Updated: May 23, 2015 4:48 pm

HERE’S some delicious daily food for thought. It you want to live a long and healthy life, read a newspaper every day, say researchers. Despite having spent a life-time in journalism, Satiricus finds that this news is news to him, but that is what a study by the Catholic University in Rome has found. It says this is because there is a correlation between exposure to news and eating habits. Satiricus disagrees. It should be drinking habits. For does not the morning paper go with a cup of tea? And what sort of daily diet does a daily provide? Is it “reliably learnt”news, or “unconfirmed” news,—or news cooked in political manifestos, or company reports, or bank statistics? Oh, well, maybe a morninger and an eveninger serve different dishes.

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