“Teens send an average of 34 texts a night (adding up to 3,400 a month) after going to bed — in some cases up to four hours after hitting the sack, found researchers from JFK Medical Center, in Edison, N.J.
The evidence has been mounting that teens mightily prefer texting to actual contact with family members, with studies from Nielsen and Kaiser contributing data that show teens consider the loss of a cell phone more dire than the loss of an internal organ.”
–The next generation’s technological habits are egregious and highly upsetting, just as this generation’s technological habits were egregious and highly upsetting to our forebears. Seriously, though, get some sleep, your bones are still growing.
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