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Live-tweeting TV shows makes you stupid

If you watch TV without another device in hand, then you may soon be in the minority. TV viewing is increasingly becoming a multi-screen experience, however new research shows a link between juggling multiple digital devices and a lower-than-usual amount of brain cells.

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