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is binge watching netflix bad for you?
We all know the feeling: You're on the fifth episode of your favorite new show, and you know you should just turn it off but you can't quiiite bring yourself to stop watching. Well, fellow binge-watchers, we've got some bad news: On top of taking up a whole lot of time, taking in too much TV can do some serious damage to your skin, according to experts. "There seems to be emerging evidence that light from cell phones and computer screens, which is referred to as high energy visible (HEV) light, can in fact penetrate into the deeper levels of the skin," Dr. Justine Hextall, a dermatologist based in the UK, told the Daily Mail. She warns that this can result in free radical damage, which can lead to wrinkles and sunspots and what Dr. Hextall refers to as "Netflix face," complete with fine lines and sagging skin.
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In my opinion haha.
Its gotta be Crackle. Crackle is a Sony-owned online streaming website with a small library for TV shows and movies. Adweek called Crackle’s content library “mediocre” in 2010, but we found that times have changed. Although the service still has under 1,000 TV shows and movies available, it includes highly-rated content, all for free. Sony supports the service through ads inserted into all of the available content as well as some on-page ads. You’ll find hit shows like 1990s sitcom Seinfeld available through this service, as well as top-rated movies like Stephen King’s It (the original, not the remake). Sony has a large list of partnerships with other content makers, including Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, and anime company TOEI. These partnerships allow the service to offer more than just Sony-branded content. Even though the service is free, you can find new, original content as well. As a free service, Crackle doesn’t have a large budget to produce original content at the same level as Netflix’s Stranger Things or Amazon Prime’s Man in the High Castle. Nevertheless, the fact that you can watch quality programming for free these days is pretty amazing in and of itself. Crackle makes finding that content easy. A simple-to-use interface has a section for TV programs and one for Movies. Those are further broken up with filtering by genre or format (full episodes, full movies, clips, previews, etc.). You can also perform a basic search at the top of any page in case there’s something specific you’re looking for. Many services force you to register for their free content, but not Crackle. You can go to the site and watch. Crackle will give you several bonus features, though, if you do register: Recommendations Favorites Pause and resume content across different devices Premiere alerts. Crackle is available as an app on almost any device you might have, including Roku, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, and most smart TVs.