Do you binge watch TV?
Tamara El-Rahi | Oct 29 2015 | comment  
Everyone’s doing it…so why not? Let me tell you.

Is kids TV ready for “gay marriage”?
Mariette Ulrich | Aug 31 2011 | comment  
Yes, according to an online petition.

Cable TV losing porn profits
Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 9 2011 | comment  
A good news, or slightly better news, headline in the Wall Street Journal -- “TV Porn Doesn’t Sell Like It Used To” -- turns out to have a sting in the tail.

Couch potatoes dicing with death, study shows
Carolyn Moynihan | Jun 21 2011 | comment  
There’s more on the pernicious effects of prolonged television watching in the news. An analysis of eight separates studies on the link between TV watching and diabetes and heart disease should scare couch potatoes off their sofas -- but will it?

More family meals, less obesity
Carolyn Moynihan | May 4 2011 | comment  
Family dinners star again in a study of childhood obesity. Children who sit down to eat with their parents at least three times a week were 12 per cent less likely to be overweight, American researchers found.

Why women had to get to work
Carolyn Moynihan | Dec 10 2009 | comment  
One of the less appreciated benefits of the female workforce revolution is the fact that women no longer have time to watch daytime soap operas. This week another long-running American serial, As The World Turns, bit the dust, bringing the number on three networks down to six -- more than enough, heaven knows.
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