What You Need to Know About Brain Health, TV, and Middle Age

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If you’re like most consumers, you spent the pandemic watching more TV. However,
if you’re middle-aged and concerned about your brain health, you may want to put
down the remote. Three new studies add to the evidence that watching a lot of TV in your middle years can negatively affect your cognitive function in later years. The researchers found that “the more television you watch in your 40s, 50s, and 60s, the greater your risk of brain health issues in later years.”

What You Need to Know About Brain Health, TV, and Middle Age

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Published by kimcubittconsulting

I am a Certified Relationship and Career Coach, retired Public School Teacher and work as an Adjunct Communications College Professor.

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