Plunging Tech stocks are bad for your health

I noticed that well known tech blogs such as TechCrunch and VentureBeat have begun dishing out news about the failing US economy and the plunging stocks of key tech companies for quite a while now.

A good example can be found from Michael Arrington’s (from TechCrunch) post posted earlier today that raised concerns about Yahoo stock that closed at $13.76 yesterday.

There’s nothing wrong about dishing out stocks news but to those readers out there, do you folks know that the plunging global economy is actually bad for your health?

AP has more on this story. Enjoy!

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