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Smartphone 'addiction': Young people 'panicky' when denied mobiles
by Sean Coughlan, BBC News family and education correspondent
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29 November 2019
On 29 November 2019 BBC News reported:
Almost a quarter of young people are so dependent on their smartphones that it becomes like an addiction, suggests research by psychiatrists. The study, from King's College London, says such addictive behaviour means that people become 'panicky' or 'upset' if they are denied constant access. The youngsters also cannot control the amount of time they spend on the phone. The study warns that such addictions have 'serious consequences' for mental health.
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