A new survey, which was conducted on 3,925 men and women who participated in an earlier study, has established that extensive viewing of television can have a negative impact on mental health.
The group that viewed more than four hours of television a day proved to have the highest level of mental health problems. But those who watched TV for less than two hours a day had the lowest level of mental health issues. Even though the research was conducted using adults, Family Research Council (FRC) spokesman Peter Sprigg thinks these findings ought to send a loud message to parents.
Read the rest of the story at: www.onenewsnow.com/Culture/Default.aspx?id=1176500). Charlie Butts in the article, concludes: “Avoiding television would allow family members to spend more quality time each other, according to Sprigg -- and would also open up more time for reading, exercise, and other activities.”