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20 May 2011

Teens and internet addiction

One in every 25 teens had "problematic Internet use" in a new study of high school students from Connecticut.

One in every 25 teens had "problematic internet use" in a new study of high school students from Connecticut.

"It's really hard to explain the link," Dr Elias Aboujaoude, a Stanford University researcher who was not involved in the study, said.

 
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