British doc says social networking is bad for your health

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When that annoying woman you went to high school with "superpokes" you, it might not just be irritating; it might also be bad for your health. In an article in Biologist, the journal of the Institute of Biology, Dr. Aric Sigman claims that spending time socializing online cuts into time we'd otherwise spend dealing with each other in person -- and that cutting down on real face-to-face human contact has health consequences, including cancer, strokes, heart disease, and dementia. Keep reading...

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