Watching TV

According to a study published in 2011 in the journal American College of cardiology, anyone who devotes more than four hours daily on screen-based entertainment such as TV, video games, streaming or surfing the web, ups their risk of heart attack and stroke by 113% compared to those who spend less than two hours daily in screenplay. This is regardless of their age, gender, exercise routine and whether or not they smoke.

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