thanks for the memories?
One of the worst aspects of human nature is our need to brandish our cell phone cameras at concerts or museums and capture every single moment. The thinking is that the more we capture, the less we’re going to forget of that Beyonce concert that we overpaid for. However, there’s a new condition called “photo-taking impairment effect” that Read More
More often than not, we’re crouched over, peering into our phones looking for more faves, retweets and shares. Although they help quench our thirst for instant gratification, those slumping shoulders and drooping back aren’t benefiting our health. Doctors in the United Kingdom call the condition “iPosture” and it’s ruining young people’s health.