There have been many studies of the disastrous effect of TV on youths, but adults may suffer similar consequences if they spend too much.
In some circumstances, TV watching increases the risk of violence by five times. The new research indicates the effect is seen not just in.
Older adults did not seem to experience the same stress buffering effects of watching TV as did young and middle-aged adults. This negative age-associated .
Methodologically, previous studies tended to correlate 2, 3, or 4 h with health conditions. In other words, effects of longer hours of TV and/or.
Studies in both children and adults have found an association between the number of hours of television watched and obesity.