Study: Reading news media will make you live longer
from The Daily Mail
People who keep updated on current affairs are more health-conscious and will live longer, say scientists. A study found those who were most exposed to newspaper, television and the Internet had healthier diets than those who were less informed. Researchers found those most exposed to mass media consumed a healthier diet, with greater quantities of fruit and fresh fish, which reduced the risk of obesity, heart disease and cancer.
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