Psychologist found that many people activity search social networking sites to find friends who are doing even worse than they are when they're feeling bad.
Doctors are urged to think twice before they price that "post" button on Facebook, or that "Accept" friend request from a patient, a new report said Thursday.
While we spend hours together glued to the computer screen, staring at our favorite social networking site and checking out the latest updates posted by our friends, we often fail to realize that we are missing out on something precious - physical activity.
A new study suggests that social networking sites may be compromising healthier life-style choices-including physical activity.
Senior citizens are at the top of the list of people at risk for contracting and unfortunately, passing away from the coronavirus. This is in great part due to their weaker immune systems and common existing health problems associated with aging. As such, it has been highly recommended that seniors do their best to remain at home to reduce the likelihood of contracting the virus.