Economic Impact Burden Report

The Canadian Men’s Health Foundation’s ground-breaking study:

The Economic Burden Associated with Tobacco Smoking, Excess Weight, Alcohol Consumption and Physical Inactivity in Canadian Men”  released Monday, June 15, 2015  shows that smoking, excess weight, over-consumption of alcohol and physical inactivity are some of the leading causes of chronic disease among Canadian men. The annual economic burden attributable to these four factors is staggering: $36.9 billion.

Click the links below for detailed information…

Risk factor methods report and CMHF economic burden spreadsheets available upon request – click here to request.