Study finds 89 percent of college students experience phantom vibration syndrome

Study finds 89 percent of college students experience phantom vibration syndrome A recent study conducted by researchers from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne examined how many undergraduate students were experiencing “phantom vibration syndrome.” This occurs when a person thinks their phone is buzzing, but once they look at it, they didn’t receive anything. The study found 89 percent of undergraduates reported experiencing this sensation at least ...
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Chutes and Ladders of Love

Chutes and Ladders of Love Being in a relationship these days is no easy task. Think of a round of ‘Chutes and Ladders’, except that every fall following a chute hurts your backside with a lot more venom. You have a safe start, as the couple is on the friendship route, which gradually brims with antagonistic forces as soon as ...
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Parents need to find balance with social media monitoring

Parents need to find balance with social media monitoring Social media has become an everyday part of a number of American’s lives, and this is especially true for the younger generation. As a result, parents need to find a good balance between monitoring their child’s behavior and allowing them to make their own mistakes. A recent report issued by a professor at the College ...
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Survey shows consumers rank online privacy a top priority

Survey shows consumers rank online privacy a top priority A recent survey conducted by TRUSTe, an online and mobile privacy management solutions provider, showed consumers are more aware than ever before about mobile and internet security, and rank it as a top priority. The online survey, which was compiled from the responses of 1,033 U.S. adults and 554 smartphone users, showed 94 percent of ...
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