Too much time spent on your cell phone doesn’t mean you’re more connected and happier.
You’re in the middle of a texting conversation when the other person suddenly stops for a long pause before responding.
The latest research shows that overhearing one-sided exchanges is more distracting than eavesdropping on a conversation between two people.
The most popular age at which parents give their kids cell phones is 12. Are tweens ready to handle the responsibility of their own digital link to the world?
Kids can tell when they don’t have their parents’ full attention. Dominique Browning argues it’s time for parents to put down their cell phones before it’s too late. Read her full opinion piece on our companion blog Ideas.
Cell phones connect you socially, but they may also make you less socially minded.
A new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found no link between cell phone use and cancer in children, ages 7 to 19.
Our chemical safety system is an outdated mess — and for years, the failure of the government to act on formaldehyde was proof positive of that fact.
TIME is endeavoring to give you every angle you need on the possible connection between cell-phone use and brain cancer. (Speaking of which: five ways to reduce your exposure to cell-phone radiation.) But as I’ve followed the …
Using a mobile phone may increase your risk for certain kinds of brain cancers. That was the scientific conclusion relayed today by a working group of 31 scientists from 14 countries meeting at the World Health Organization’s …
Don’t be surprised if the next time you head to the pediatrician, somewhere between listening to your child’s heart and lungs, the doctor slips in a question or two about Facebook.
We know it’s a really bad idea to talk or text while you’re driving, but what about walking and talking?