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

Ontarians could gain seven more years in life expectancy and have a better quality of life by living healthier lives. In our April 2012 report, Public Health Ontario and Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences examine the burden of smoking, unhealthy alcohol consumption, poor diet, physical inactivity, and high stress, and their Seven More Yearsimpact on life expectancy in Ontario.

Read how Ontarians can live seven more years and have a better quality of life by reducing smoking and focus on reducing other risk factors:

To understand how certain behaviours can affect life expectancy: Life Expectancy Calculator developed by the Population Health Improvement Research Network (PHIRN). ​​

 

 

 

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