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Jay Currie

One Damn Thing After Another


Dumb and Fat

The results showed that youngsters exposed to more than two hours a day of TV could attribute 17 per cent of being overweight, 15 per cent of raised blood cholesterol, 17 per cent of smoking and 15 per cent of poor cardiovascular fitness directly to their childhood viewing habits. The results remained the same after taking into account adjustments for factors such as social background, BMI at age five, parents’ BMI, parental smoking and the subjects’ physical inactivity at age 15.
the scotsman
And, yes, videos count. It is not the content it's the inertia.