Long work hours and poor work-life balance threaten health of Singapore's young professionals

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Singapore's high-income urban population faces increasing risk factors for preventable non-communicable diseases, including insufficient exercise, obesity, and poor diets.

Work hours, which average 44 hours per week, negatively impact health and mental well-being, thus contributing to obesity and chronic health conditions. Stress from personal and work lives can also affect dietary practices and ultimately compromise overall health.


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