Study: Too much TV damages brain and raises risk of Alzheimer’s

More and more research shows that sitting is one of the unhealthiest daily habits. Even fierce exercising cannot repair the damage of sitting at your desk for eight hours or more every day and spending your evenings as a couch junky in front of the television. Now a new study suggests that watching too much television—four hours per day or more—may also damage your brain and raise the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Stand up!

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Study: Too much TV damages brain and raises risk of Alzheimer’s

More and more research shows that sitting is one of the unhealthiest daily habits. Even fierce exercising cannot repair the damage of sitting at your desk for eight hours or more every day and spending your evenings as a couch junky in front of the television. Now a new study suggests that watching too much television—four hours per day or more—may also damage your brain and raise the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Stand up!

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