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A review of more than a hundred published studies of typical computer use among adolescents suggests that moderate Internet use does not appear to adversely affect the development of teenage brains.
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A new research that followed the lives of thousands of retired older Americans for six years, found that Internet use among the elderly can reduce the chances of depression by more than 30 percent.
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Researchers have shown how Web-based, at-home interventions can help mothers address behaviors known to protect against childhood obesity.
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A new study has revealed that older men and women who are consistent internet users are twice as likely to participate in screening for colorectal cancer compared with those who do not use the internet.
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Mental health experts have analysed that the increased popularity of Internet use can be considered as helpful in easing depression.
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Teenage victims of cyberbullying are more likely to develop symptoms of depression, substance abuse and internet addiction, a new study has revealed.
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A `Google generation` which relies on the Internet for everything is in danger of becoming `brain-dead`, a leading UK inventor has warned.
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Those searching online for health information are more informed and more positive about their chances in the fight against cancer - according to a study.