You’ve probably already made a few New Year’s resolutions, but new research suggests you better make one more for your health: Cut back on binge-watching.
If you’re trying to keep a better eye on your health this year, you may want to cut back on Netflix. According to a study by BYU Health Science Professor Lori Spruance, millennials who Binge-watch TV are more likely to eat poorly, exercise less, and be overweight or obese. Read more about the study here:
A correlation, but not a causation. It should say “people with high stress levels tend to binge watch, eat unhealthy, and have poor sleep habits”
How much money did they spend on that study? I would have told you that for half the cost.
“Why don’t you get out of my life and shut up!”
If you want to buy good wine, stop looking at labels and just listen to your taste buds.
Research from Harvard Business School might give you some ideas for career moves in 2018. One possibility: it’s time to leave.
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