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Millennials are often branded as perpetually glued to their smartphones. Apparently, these people aren’t wrong. According to research recently published by the New York Post, nearly half of New York City teens – 46 percent – spend at least three hours a day playing computer or video games. Three hours is enough time to watch one Titanic.

These results come courtesy of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, which is conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Their research reports that the number in video game activity has spiked by 42 percent since 2013. Teenagers’ gaming habits rank four points higher than the national average, marking today’s youth the most technologically-dependant generation to date. No surprise there.

Around 63 percent of U.S. households are home to at least one frequent gamer, according to the Entertainment Software Association’s 2016 annual report. Of these gamers, 50 percent are between 18 and 49-years-old. The gaming device that gamers favor most is the PC, followed by dedicated consoles like PS4 and Xbox One and in a not-so-distant third came smartphones.

Gaming industry profits further reflect this insight. In 2016 alone, consumers spent $24 billion on the gaming industry, 16.5 billion of which was spent on gaming content alone.

The CDC’s report also found that the percentage of sexually active high schoolers has dropped by 31 percent since 2013. This number marks a record low since 1997. Depending on your level of moral panic, that’s either amazing or terrible.

Similarly, only 21 percent of teens drank alcohol in the last month, which is down 25 percent since 2013. Smoking dropped almost 10 percent from 2013, though one in six teens admit they vape instead.

Due to the increased internet access and the fact that most teens carry wifi-enabled devices on their person at any given time, city health officials aren’t surprised by these results, though they fear that this jarring increase in gamers may come at the expense of healthy exercise. We get it, we’re all super lazy; the laziest society has ever seen! At least until the next generation comes along to disappoint even further.