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Is it healthy to watch TV in bed?

Ideally, the bed is for two things and two things only. (You know what we mean.) If you have any other type of stimulus, such as work or TV, you're not sending your body the message that it's time for sleep. If you want to watch TV, answer e-mail or pay bills, do that elsewhere -- especially since the screens' flickering light keeps your brain in wake-up mode. Need more incentive to restrict Colbert to the living room? People who don't have a TV in the bedroom have 50% more sex than those who do.

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