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Teens and young children are most at risk for developing internet addiction

Tuesday July 7th, 2015

Advancements in technology continue to flourish, and the current generation of millennials are taking full advantage of all that it can offer. Information is never more than a few screen taps away, but are we becoming too accustomed to being plugged in? Internet addiction has become a tangible problem, and teens and young children may be the most at risk for developing it.

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