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24 June 2011

TV and cooldrink: small habits cause weight creep

Just a few bad habits - watching TV, eating potato chips, having a sugary soda at lunch or staying up too late at night - can add up to a steady creep of pounds over the years.

Just a few bad habits - watching TV, eating potato chips, having a sugary soda at lunch or staying up too late at night - can add up to a steady creep of kilos over the years, US researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Small choices add up

 
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