Unplug & Recharge

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Your Love for Selfies Is Harming You in a Major Way. Here’s What You Can Change.

by Child Mind Institute
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This One Parenting Practice Is Harming Your Toddlers

by Leah Campbell
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If Your Devices Stress You Out, Here are 5 Ways to Set Boundaries

by Jonathan Alpert

How to Make the Most of Your Mental Health Day

by Alexandra Hayes
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Is Facebook Conducive to Your Social Well Being?

by Lisa Gallagher
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Mindful Screening//

3 Ways to Repair the Mental Health Damage From Constant Screen Use

by Jean Twenge
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Why a Smartphone Revolution Is Imminent

by Marissa Muller
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Tech Roundup: A Periodic Update on our Ever-Changing Relationship with Technology

by Arianna Huffington
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The One Thing Shark Tank’s Daymond John Does Every Morning to Reduce Stress

by Elizabeth Yuko, Ph.D.
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NatGeo’s “Valley of the Boom” Reveals How 90s Silicon Valley Shaped Our Relationship With Technology Today

by Arianna Huffington
(Left to right) Bradley Whitford and John Murphy as Netscape pioneers James Barksdale and Jim Clark in National Geographic's VALLEY OF THE BOOM. (National Geographic/Bettina Strauss)
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Why National Geographic’s “Valley of The Boom” Is Actually the Best Explainer of the Internet Today

by Thrive Global Studios
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Tech Roundup: A Periodic Update on Our Ever-Changing Relationship with Technology

by Arianna Huffington

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