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Sept. 14, 2022, 3:01 a.m. | Study Finds

The RISKS Digest ac.uk

Keeping up with the latest news can be very bad for your health, according
to a new study. Researchers at Texas Tech University found that Americans
who obsessively follow the news are more likely to suffer from both physical
and mental health problems, including anxiety and stress.

Those who constantly check the latest headlines end up with *significantly
greater physical ill-being* than those who tune in less often, according to
the findings. The team adds that constantly keeping on top …

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