Top Television Facts
1. A Baltimore TV producer once told Oprah that she was "unfit for television news."
2. In television shows, CPR works 66% of the time. In real life, it works 15% of the time.
3. Falling televisions send a child to the emergency room every 30 minutes.
4. U.S. homicides briefly, but sharply increase following heavyweight championship prize fights on television.
5. "Scrubs" has been described as the most medically-accurate television show on air.
6. Watching good television increases your appetite.
7. In Bhutan, marijuana plants were historically used as pig foodâ€”until the country got television in 1999 and learned cannabis was a drug.
8. Lonely and depressed people are more likely to binge-watch television.
9. A person of average size and weight burns about 60 to 70 calories each hour just by sitting and watching television.
10. Scrubs" has actually been described as the most medically-accurate television show on air
11. You burn more calories sleeping than watching television
12. Britons spend eight times as long watching television as they do cooking meals.
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