Seven More Years: The Impact of Smoking, Alcohol, Diet, Physical Activity and Stress on Health and Life Expectancy in Ontario Document Details
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  • Year: 2012

Seven More Years: The Impact of Smoking, Alcohol, Diet, Physical Activity and Stress on Health and Life Expectancy in Ontario

Manuel DG, Perez R, Bennett C, Rosella L, Taljaard M, Roberts M, Sanderson R, Tuna M, Tanuseputro P, Manson H. April 2012.

This report examines the burden of five behavioural health risks—smoking, unhealthy alcohol consumption, poor diet, physical inactivity and high stress—and their impact on life expectancy and health-adjusted life expectancy in Ontario. The findings of this joint study by ICES and Public Health Ontario expand our understanding of healthy living by quantifying the impact of the five health risks on Ontarians’ overall health.

To estimate your life expectancy based on smoking, alcohol, diet, exercise and stress level, visit the Life Expectancy Calculator developed by the Population Health Improvement Research Network.

Keywords: Health and wellness promotion Diet and nutrition Smoking and tobacco Physical activity Cost-benefit analysis

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