Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Obesity 'worse than adultery': "Most Italians feel more guilty about over-eating than they do about cheating on their partners, a survey has found, suggesting people in Casanova's native land care more about staying slim than staying faithful. The survey, by psychology magazine Riza Psicosomatica, found that excessive eating and spending topped the list of what people considered the most guilt-inducing vices. Sexual infidelity came bottom of the list of the magazine's "seven deadly sins", behind neglecting your friends and family, failing at your work and not looking after one's physique."

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