Obesity: Impact of Hours Worked

Would obesity be associated with the number of hours worked?

From the Foresight Report: Tackling Obesities: Future Choices – Project Report. Working patterns and practices have been shown to influence patterns of food consumption. For example, the availability and value of non-labour time has been linked to changes in consumption and obesity. The figure illustrates this relationship by comparing average hours worked and the prevalence of obesity.

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