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Tuned In to the Misery Channel
Tuned In to the Misery Channel
WATCHING TV MAKES YOU MISERABLE: People who watch more television are less happy overall. A 30-year General Social Survey concluded that happier people tend to be socially active, and that unhappier people tend to watch TV (the actual act of watching TV was identified as pleasurable and positive in the short term, but correlated with unhappiness in the long term).
Bad Habits = Good Results ?
Bad Habits = Good Results ?
FIVE BAD HABITS YOU WANT TO KEEP Watching television can make you smarter. Gossiping can make you less critical of yourself. And coffee can help prevent type 2 diabetes. Yes, some bad habits -- in moderation -- may actually be good for you. Ladies Home Journal reports that some bad habits can have surprisingly good effects. Here are five that get a bad rap, but can be good for you.