That would be way off topic, but there are very few choices we can make that won't affect another human on the planet. Some are just more obvious than others.
Anyway, not picking on you, it was just a thought I've been having through this whole thread.
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13-07-2015 18:18 #74
I always see Coles and Woolies workers smoke outside and I can't say it has bothered me ever however if I see anyone in food smoke e.g. Chef, Baker, etc. I am grossed out a little not sure why. (In their uniform)
I find Smokers are pretty respectful these days.... EXCEPT my MOTHER and a couple of other family members they are the WORST!!! Always smoke around my babies can't stand it🙉
13-07-2015 18:30 #75
Fair points. I guess I have just never seen the effects of obesity / food addiction firsthand but have personal experience with the effects of smoking on others.
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13-07-2015 20:05 #76
Some of these comments must be very difficult to read.
13-07-2015 20:24 #77Senior Member
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I work in Aboriginal Health - in my clinic 22% of clients are diagnosed diabetics - probably another 22% undiagnosed.
Poor food education and choices, & remote location meaning fresh fruit and vegies are super expensive - chips n chocolate biscuits prices are comparable to the city, but cauliflower $10 each, bananas $15/kg etc.
Worst thing that has happened for us is we now have a hungry jacks - it has become staple food for some families
Chronic disease management is the boom industry in Health - truthfully although i don't agree with smoking, it is the smallest of my concerns as a nurse in Aboriginal Health.
13-07-2015 20:33 #78
I'm going to ask this thread to be closed. It wasn't meant to upset anyone and I'm sorry it's taken this turn.
13-07-2015 20:34 #79
Live and let live i say. If seeing someone smoke is the worst thing that happens in your day then your doing pretty amazing
13-07-2015 20:35 #80
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