From Time Magazine: Television-viewing has shown to be the worst form of inactivity amongst today’s youth, showing a significant difference in blood-pressure readings between children who watch television for more than 90 minutes per day and those who watch fewer than 30 minutes. The article covers potential problems posed by TV content, brain stimulation caused by programs cutting into sleep, etc. Alice Park, Time Magazine, August 04, 2009.

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