TV viewing risks health
THIS is bingers.
Every hour you sit watching TV makes you more likely to die from inflammation-related diseases, Melbourne researchers have found.
And it’s not just those watching more than four hourlong episodes in a row at risk.
Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute researchers found that even moderate viewing of two to four hours a day was risky, with every extra hour associated with a 12 per cent higher risk of inflammationrelated death.
Researchers analysed the lifestyles, hours of TV viewing, inflammatory markers, and causes of death of almost 9000 adults, who were followed up 13 years after first taking part in the Australian Diabetes, Obesity and Lifestyle Study. bad news for TV