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SURVIVING OUR SCREENS

Addictive levels of connection to our phones used to be something reserved for millenials, however as time has progressed it seems that even the boomers are falling into the same traps. We rely on our phones for so many things; they have become our morning alarm, our way to access news, bus schedules, road maps, and even our friends, their capabilities have become frightening.

But is this a problem?

Unfortunately studies have shown that excessive reliability on our phones is causing sleep issues, anxiety, inability

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