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Aug22

Hajj ‘nap pods’ being tested this Hajj

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Jul08

How to outsmart your smartphone

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Apr29

How the tech industry uses psychology on children

By: Richard Freed Source: Medium.com We called the police because she wrecked her room and hit her mom… all because we took her phone,” Kelly’s father explained. He said that when the police arrived that evening, Kelly was distraught and told an officer that she wanted to kill herself. So an ambulance was called, and the 15-year-old was strapped to a gurney, taken to a psychiatric hospital, and monitored for safety before being released. Days after being hospitalized, Kelly was brought to my office by her parents who wanted to get help for their troubled girl. Kelly’s parents spoke first. They said that their daughter’s hospitalization was the culmination of a yearlong downward spiral...

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