What Happens To Your Brain When You’re Always On Your Phone

By Kate Bratskeir

If your phone is more like an extension of your hand than a separate entity, you fit in with close to 50 percent of the U.S. population, who say they can’t live without their smartphones.

“We have become intolerant of a moment of being alone,” social psychologist [READ MORE HERE]

Source:: Huffington Science

T.G. Peranteau

Writer, journalist. engineer. Now owns an ISP that caters to a limited clientele and centers around privacy and shielding clients from the prying eyes of both governments and hackers.