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Is there a significant immediate health risk such as choking (not weight gain since that's not really immediate I guess) if someone who is not a child or old person walks and eats?

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Provided you are healthy and your walking speed does not make you short of breath, there is usually no problem.

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  • @Narusan When I submit a paper to The New England Journal of Medicine, I follow all the instructions - format, length, references, etc - so as not to have it rejected. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to do it here. That's why I decided not to provide any more answers last March 14th. Thank you. – Centaurus May 8 '17 at 0:48
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    How many of those papers do you submit under the name Centaurus? Yeah, that's what I thought. You submit under your real name, and you probably also list academic and professional credentials. Sadly, you didn't provide those things in your answer, so that leaves us wondering if you're some bright 15 year old answering from a mud hut in the jungle. – Carey Gregory Jul 7 '17 at 4:39
  • @CareyGregory As I have already mentioned, I've given up this SE site as I haven't got the time to satisfy requirements. Your sarcasm has come too late. – Centaurus Jul 7 '17 at 15:53
  • Actually, I quite understand. I think the citation rule is too stringent, but I lost that argument a long time ago. – Carey Gregory Jul 7 '17 at 17:48

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