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Excessive use of Smartphones leads to depression and anxiety

Excessive use of Smartphones leads to depression and anxiety

Researchers believe smartphone addiction produces anxiety, depression, insomnia and it can even lead to the shrink of the brain. … According to research presented on November 30, at the Radiological Society of North America’s annual meeting in Chicago, pathological use of smartphones can …
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How smartphone addiction affects a teen’s brain

New study finds smartphone addiction affects a teen’s brain. … The researchers performed MRS exams on the addicted youth prior to and following … at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).
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How smartphone addiction affects a teen’s brain

If yes, then you may need to take a break, as researchers have found an imbalance in the brain chemistry of teenagers addicted to smartphones and internet. According to a recent Pew Research Centre study, 46 percent of Americans say they could not live without their smartphones. Researchers from …
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Insight: Scotland’s street sleeping crisis

On every street, he stops and talks to chittering men and women, calling them by … if they are OK and trying to persuade them to seek help for their addictions. …. a policy that has proved successful in North America and Scandinavia.
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In opioid lawsuits, state aim is 1 voice

There have been roughly 100 lawsuits filed against top-tier opioid companies by cities, counties or states across the U.S. so far. … “The City of Springdale decided to join this lawsuit because we understand the devastating toll that opioid addiction takes on communities and families,” a statement from the …
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