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The Unfortunate Decline in Responsive Communication

Looking for a roommate over the past few months has motivated me to delve into the decline of responsive communication.  From my experience, the unresponsiveness of potential roommates, whom I had already acquired rapports with, grew increasingly frustrating. Suddenly, I found myself pondering the psychology behind the decline in responsive communication. I desired to understand the reasoning behind it all. What . . . . Continue Reading


The Link Between Facebook and Alcohol Abuse

New research continues to analyze the potential detrimental effects of social media.  Is there a link between Facebook use and alcohol abuse? According to this latest report, there could be. Using data extracted from the Facebook accounts of 318 female students at the University of Georgia (UGA), researchers found the severity of child abuse was . . . . Continue Reading


Is It Good for Our Mental Health to Listen to Sad Music?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past 24 hours, you’ve probably heard Adele’s new song “Hello” that was just released off her upcoming album titled 25.  It’s been viral everywhere: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Adele is famous for producing sad romantic empowering love songs with strong melodies. Typically Adele’s lyrics encompass love, heart . . . . Continue Reading


Social Media Causes Depression and Anxiety in Teens

If Facebook were a country, it would be the third largest in the world. Furthermore, that country would be home to a large amount of teenagers. A study from Pew Research Center revealed that 92% of teenagers ages 13-17 go online daily. Out of that number, 24% say they are online “almost constantly” and 56% . . . . Continue Reading


Ohio’s New Law Pushes Treatment to Pregnant Drug Addicts

Author: Shernide Delva Pregnant drug-addicted woman will soon have better treatment options in Ohio. In the past, pregnant mothers with addiction to substances were afraid to seek treatment because they risked giving up their child. Now, the new bipartisan bill dubbed “Maiden’s Law” intends to encourage expectant mothers who are suffering from substance abuse to seek treatment without . . . . Continue Reading


Should Apple Let OxyContin Company Collect Data from Your iPhone?

Technology seems to be surpassing itself every day, with new inventions and innovations breaking the mold every time you turn around. I bet if you look at your smartphones they are cluttered with apps and information you know very little about or even never get used. As far as we have come with developing new . . . . Continue Reading


Cellphone Addiction Hurting Academics

I have personally wondered to myself countless times how cellphones, especially smartphones and similar devices, would impact future generations of academics. As a high school student I never had access to a device so powerful I could communicate across so many forums constantly while searching anything and everything from this pocket-sized super computer. Now that . . . . Continue Reading


10% of Drugs Being Bought Online

The ship of Dread Pirate Roberts that infamously sailed the Silk Road illicit market on the Dark Web sank last year, and it has been a very talked-about story of how a computer expert became an online drug kingpin, only to be captured and hit with the harshest penalties possible with life in prison, but . . . . Continue Reading