TV watching is linked to higher levels of belly fat, a University of Minnesota study shows.
TV watching is linked to higher levels of belly fat, a University of Minnesota study shows. Pawel Szpytma/Dreamstime TNS
TV watching is linked to higher levels of belly fat, a University of Minnesota study shows. Pawel Szpytma/Dreamstime TNS

Belly up to the TV: Binge watching could lead to more stomach fat

October 24, 2016 04:45 PM

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