There may be a relationship between income aspiration, happiness, and television, but there is disagreement on the best way to assess the magnitude or the causes of that relationship.
Capsule Review: TV Viewing and BMI
Increased television viewing leads to a higher likelihood of obesity, perhaps because of an increased tendency toward sedentary behavior.
Core Research Process Update: January 2016
We’re getting ready to launch two feature articles in late February. Stay tuned.
Capsule Review: Do the Psychosocial Risks Associated with Television Viewing Increase Mortality?
The authors find that increased hours spent watching television is associated with lower life expectancy – even among those in good health.