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Thursday, January 12, 2012

CBS: Study: Owning a car, television ups odds of a heart attack

My suspicion is that we all already knew that owning a TV could lead to more heart attacks due to the facts that we not only allow a lot of frustration and aggravation to enter into our living rooms, but we also create the possibility to grow into couch potatoes.

Let's just be real here; who watched the games without having a slice of pizza or other fattening food? I figured as much, but we may have a choice soon substituting those for healthier foods, according to this headline; CNN: Making healthy comfort foods.

I don't think it will find many followers this week, seeing how MSNBC: It's National Pizza Week! How to find the perfect slice. No, we don't need instructions on how to find that particular, perfect slice. We simply order several pizza-pies, sample every slice and then conclude that it is a close tie and we need to eat them all.

As far as increased risks of a heart attack go, due to owning a car; I can totally understand the link. First of all, all those others we encounter, who also make use of the roads we travel, often seem to have obtained their drivers license by redeeming points or are not aware of the fact that it is not a Sunday.

Yup, that means more aggravation and frustration and if that doesn't do it, then filling up your tank will and it is bound to get worse, because we need to Fox News: Expect Higher Gas Prices This Year.

In case you think you can ward it off by practicing Yoga then be cautioned: MSNBC: Instructor warns Yoga carries risk of injury. We sure wouldn't want to risk that and it is probably best to avoid these relaxing exercises at all costs that.

We might find ourselves in a bind!

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