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cell phone use

What really came as a surprise to me was when Dr. Davis mentioned that mobile phones actually increased dopamine in the brain. What does that mean physiologically? It points to the possibility that mobile phones can become addictive. Dopamine is the same neurotransmitter that is released with cocaine addiction.
We all know how annoying it is to listen to someone's yappy one-way conversation on a cellphone, especially when you're stuck
In a world where every minute of every day we are exposed to non-stop information from a myriad stream of sources, this week