All that time you spend facebooking, tweeting, and snapchatting on your smartphone may be going straight to your gut.
Researchers at Kent State University found college students who spend long periods of time on smartphones are more likely to have inactive lifestyles.
One person they researched said it's easy to download new things to a phone rather than be active. Another subject said they were on their phone for a whopping 14 hours a day.
Faculty members Jacob Barkley and Andrew Lepp spearheaded the study. They think cell phone use may also be able to gauge risk for health issues related to an inactive lifestyle.