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Nestlé Survey Asks Australians To Rate How Happy And Healthy They Feel

September 9, 2011: 07:28 PM EST
Nestlé has partnered with Sydney University to develop a ten-minute online survey of 500,000 Australians seeking information on the key factors that contribute to health and happiness, and the complex relationship between the two. The interactive Happily Healthy Project will also give people ideas about how to change their lifestyles to make them happier and healthier, according to the company. The survey was developed with the help of Dr. Anthony Grant, an author and motivational psychologist. A key component of Nestlé’s Happily Healthy Project is the Happily Healthy Quotient (HHQ) which scores people on their level of fulfillment with life, both physically and emotionally. The company says 30,000 people have already completed the survey.
"Nestlé leads new interactive study on health and happiness in Australia", Press release, Nestlé, September 09, 2011, © Nestlé
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