Life in the age of internet addiction: “The vast majority of the American population is mildly addicted to technology”

By Ned Hepburn | January 24, 2013 Anyone who spends their day staring at screens can speak to the modern-day epidemic of eye fatigue. But what is our digital obsession doing to …

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Digital Dementia – Guidelines for educators regarding technology use in school settings

  Mounting research indicates unrestricted use of technology (cell phones, internet, TV) by children is resulting in negative impact on physical and mental health, social well being, and academic performance, suggesting a …

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Excessive Online Communication Impacts Teenagers & Young Adults Ability to Develop Healthy Emotional Intimacy Skills, which Leads to Social Anxiety and Avoidance

The Online Social Experience and Limbic Resonance   Why too much time online can lead to depression. Published on December 4, 2011 by Hilarie Cash, Ph.D. in Digital Addiction I …

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