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Ipsos Study Says Computers Are Stealing More Entertainment Screen Time

They're the new "Switchers." A new research study suggests that TV viewership is down among those who have begun to watch TV via streaming and downloads to their computer. i.e. more time in front of computer screens, means less time...
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Study: Computer Use Combined with Exercise May Protect Memory

Health : Healthland (3 years ago)

Sitting in front of a computer screen may seem like inactivity, but it could be giving your brain a workout. It may even help protect your brain from cognitive decline, Mayo Clinic researchers say. In a new study, the researchers fo... Read Post

Study: More Screen Time Lowers Quality of Life for Kids

Health : Healthland (4 years ago)

Children who spend more than two hours in front of a television or computer screen were more likely to report behavioral and social problems than kids who watched less, according to a University of Bristol study that will be publish... Read Post

Well: Diabetes Screening Lags in People With Hypertension

Health : NYT: Health (17 hours ago)

As many as a third of adults who have high blood pressure have not been screened for diabetes, despite the fact that guidelines call for them to be checked regularly, new research suggests. Read Post


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