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Study: 50 Percent of Teens Addicted to Mobile Devices
Dr. Bruce Ecker, Director of Children and Families of Adversity and Resiliency, was featured on NECN where he explained how excessive cell phone use can cause impairments
in social, behavioral, and emotional health.
View the video here.
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