Teenagers today are spending more and more time slouched on a couch in front of the electronic box - although nowadays it's rather too flat to really be called a box anymore - called a television. And a recent University of Pittsburg and Harvard Medical School study has found that TV time for teens could elevate their risk of becoming depressed adults. Read more
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Excessive Television for Teens Raises Risk of Depression as Adults
TV isn't just depressing. Excessive television for teens may raise their risk for depression as adults.