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New Study Says Binge Watching is For the Sad and Lonely

In news that should surprise approximately no one, a new study from the University of Texas at Austin has discovered that “binge-watching” has been linked to depression, loneliness, and the inability to make wise decisions, like getting off the couch and doing anything else. Researchers Wei-Na Lee, Yoon Hi Sung and Eun Yeon Kang surveyed 316 people between the ages of 18 and 29, asking them about their mental and emotional states while they marathoned TV shows on Netflix (the study defined binge-watching as at least three episodes in a row).

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Not-So-Fun Study Says Sweating the Small Stuff Could Kill You

It turns out that age-old advice not to sweat the small stuff is more than just a trite saying. It could save your life.

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Study Shows Negative Effects of Bullying Can Last Through Adulthood

It turns out that the playground bully at your kid’s school may be more than just a temporary nuisance.

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Study Finds Which States Have the Worst Drivers

Be warned when you're behind the wheel in this state.

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Study: Erratic TV Violence Ratings Fail Parents

LOS ANGELES (LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer) — A new study says that violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder cautions than cable shows that are equal in gore.

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MU Study Finds Domestic Abuse Knowledge Gap Among Surgeons

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A University of Missouri researcher says orthopedic surgeons are not often identifying domestic violence as a possible cause of the injuries they treat.

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Most Obvious Study Ever Confirms We Check Smartphones Way Too Much

It’s official – we are hooked on our smartphones.

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Hospital Group Highlights Missouri’s Poor Health

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new report says Missouri has seen a steady decline in the health of its residents.

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Federal Report Shows Underage Tobacco Sales at Record Lows

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — New statistics show that the sale of tobacco to minors in the U.S. were held near all-time lows last year under a federal-state inspection program intended to curb underage usage.

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People Are Happiest in Life at the Age of…

Sure, the royal baby may be the most adored child on the planet, but here’s some bad news: he’s got two decades before life really gets good.

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