A study by professors at Columbia University and the University of Pittsburgh concludes that people who spend a lot of time on Facebook and have a large percentage of close friends in their network are more likely to have bad credit, poor eating habits and be obnoxiously boastful.
What’s not to love?
Head to the Wall Street Journal to read more about how the study was conducted and other interesting conclusions the professors reached.
How much time do you spend on Facebook per day? Do you think your online time negatively impacts your real life?