Ana Veciana-Suarez

November 10, 2014 7:00 AM

Cell phone addiction: Can we beat it?

At a friend’s party not long ago, I witnessed what is fast becoming a familiar scene. Seated around an outside table on a glorious starlit evening, guests were mesmerized not by each other’s company or by the host’s fine barbecue or by the wonderful fall weather. No. They were fascinated by their blinking screens.

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