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And it is not just the after-hours routine that's disconcerting. Staying fixated on computers or smart phones practically all day long is commonplace for many. As a consequence, distracted eating has become the norm rather than the exception in many people's lives.
The continuously changing nutrition and lifestyle information that people are bombarded with can leave many frustrated to the point where they lose interest, even those who seriously attempt making improvements.
TORONTO - A new study says smoking, alcohol, poor diet, lack of physical activity and stress finds are costing Ontarians more than seven years of their lives.Researchers found that 60 per cent of all...