There is statistical evidence that the thumbs of young people are getting larger and stronger. Anthropologists believe it's because thumbs are the primary digits used in playing video and computer games. One could surmise that certain sections of the brain are also increasing in size, especially those governing sight, sound and hand/eye coordination. Unfortunately, waistlines are also growing. The ongoing publicity surrounding this issue prompted SN to investigate the role supermarkets can ...

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