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WATCH

Cardiology A clinical trial–Women Atorvastatin Trial on Cholesterol

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Q. Can I get a headache from watching too much T.V? I've been having headaches after watching more than an hour and a half T.V straight. It also happens If I use the computer the same way.

A. Could be god's way of telling you that you should go out more, play basketball instead of watching basketball. But it's probably short eye sight problem. But it'll do you good going out side instead of playing in your computer!

Q. If diabetes has to do with sugar in the blood why does diabetic patients have to watch their salt consumption?

A. very good question :) and a good answer too:)
if you have Diabetes type 2 that means you have a risk factor for heart attacks. it also means you probably have high blood pressure, so it's in your best interest to watch your sult consumption even more then others.

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If the goal is to get people watching more videos, the videos need to be safe to watch.
Others reported more accommodating policies, such as giving employees time off if targets had been achieved, an 'allowance' of up to three early departures or late arrivals, giving permission to watch the games whenever the employee's national team was playing, or even providing for collective game watching on company TV screens as a team building initiative.
I watched you all fall in love I watched you travel to places new I am watching you have a good life This is all I wish for you.
We didn't find that watching television was all bad ...
Earlier studies which found evidence of the existence of the noctcaelador construct (Kelly, 2003; Kelly & Kelly, 2003) used measures other than the NI which examined different aspects of night-sky watching. For instance, Kelly (2003) used five items primarily assessing night-sky watching attitudes.
Maybe we're too busy watching the season's best new show, MTV's The Osbournes, which features rocker Ozzy Osbourne--himself accused of fomenting death and destruction back when heavy metal was understood to be the leading cause of social decline--as the most bizarre, lovable, and dysfunctional TV patriarch since Herman Munster.
Dataquest Reports Large Increase in Number of Consumers Watching TV & Surfing the Web
Among the things Marshall McLuhan--one of many Canadians who turned watching television into a way of talking about the world--said about TV was that it creates its own environment: we don't so much watch TV as enter or inhabit it, which means that, if we enter or inhabit it often enough, or if that environment is allowed to shape the environment at large, it will eventually become impossible to see it anymore.
True baseball fans feel deep inside that their watching a game on TV really does influence the game.