Australians drinking and smoking less, but getting fatter: report | Pacific Beat

Australians drinking and smoking less, but getting fatter: report

Australians drinking and smoking less, but getting fatter: report

Updated 9 July 2014, 9:59 AEST

Australians are smoking and drinking less, but we're getting fatter, and more anxious, according to a 'state of the nation' report by Roy Morgan Research.

And that anxiety may be driven by rising unemployment rates.

It's the first time the quarterly report has focused on the health of the nation.

Presenter: Rachael Brown

Speaker: Michele Levine, CEO, Roy Morgan Research

Contact the studio

Got something to say about what you're hearing on the radio right now?

Text/SMS
Send your texts to +61 427 72 72 72

Tweets
Add the hashtag #raonair to add your tweets to the conversation.

Email
Email us your thoughts on an issue. Messages may be used on air.