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Teen TV Habits Linked To Adult Depression

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Teen TV Habits Linked To Adult Depression

A study published in the Archives Of General Psychiatry found that teenagers who watch a lot of television are more likely to suffer depression as adults. What do you think?
  • "So I did that wrong, too. Oh, God, I'll never be happy."

    Karen Bailey Systems Analyst
  • "Yeah, but a lot of them would be dead already if they hadn't seen that very special episode of Full House about anorexia."

    Pete McIntire Risk Management Manager
  • "Doesn't everyone just sort of get depression as an adult?"

    Louis DeVita Retail Sales Consultant

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