The impact of smart phones and mobile devices on human health and life

  title={The impact of smart phones and mobile devices on human health and life},
  author={Sumaiya Mushroor and Shammin Haque and Riyadh Ahmed Amir},
  journal={International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health},
The advent of new touch technologies and widespread use of smart phones and mobile devices have made humans embrace with technology more and extensively dependent upon them. The wireless devices like cell phones, tablet, laptops, audio players and digital cameras, are used by Wi-Fi which are connected to exchange information. Social networks allow people to interact and make new friends, but their use without any knowledge will result in harmful effects. Since these smart devices are portable… Expand
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