People keep dying taking selfies, this study reveals how

It seems anything you do or anywhere you visit is worthy of a selfie, whether that’s standing on the edge of a cliff or going for a coffee. But a new study has revealed our need to capture the perfect selfie comes with a price — the price being 250 deaths. The study published by the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care investigates how many of us social media addicts are dying to feed our Instagram. Between 2011 and last year, Dr. Agam Bansal, analyzed news stories (since coroners are unlikely to write “selfie” as the main caused of death) and found…

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