Does the job play havoc with your eating patterns?
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Does the job play havoc with your eating patterns?

Erin Dean Health journalist

Obesity and other health risks increase if you work long hours without breaks, and lack the space and time to enjoy healthy meals. Here’s how to make improvements

Skipping meals during long shifts, grabbing take-aways on the way home and craving sugary treats are likely to be familiar experiences for many nurses.

Nursing Standard. 37, 3, 57-59. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.3.57.s20

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