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Your Phone vs. Your Heart

Hannah Wasserman

A new study out suggests that one measurable toll of our addiction to technology may be on our biological capacity to connect with other people. Basically, like a muscle lacking physical activity, our ability to show warmth and empathy to others diminish when not practiced regularly. The lesson here is to put down your phone regularly and meet with friends often, and encourage others to do the same. As the article accurately states: "Friends don’t let friends lose their capacity for humanity."

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