Frequent Facebook usage is tied to obesity in study

12/26/2012 | Inquisitr, The

Data on 500 Facebook users revealed those who reported having strong ties with their friends showed higher BMI than those who visit the site only occasionally. Social media use was associated with better self-esteem but reduced self-control, which in turn can lead to unhealthy eating habits, researchers reported in the Journal of Consumer Research.

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