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Originally posted by BBC:
"Considering five major risk factors to health – cigarette smoking, heavy alcohol consumption, poor diet, physical inactivity, and overweight – nearly the whole adult population (97.5%) have at least one behavioural risk factor."
The study was led by Dr David Conway, who said: "Our analysis shows that around two-thirds of the Scottish population is overweight or obese, a similar proportion are not sufficiently physically active, and most people have a poor diet. It is just that it is not the same majority for each factor.
"The most important determinants for multiple risk factors were low educational attainment and residence in our most deprived communities."
He added that the true picture may be even worse due to respondents putting a positive spin on their behaviour.