When A High Tech Habit Becomes Unhealthy When does checking your e-mail or surfing the Web become an addiction? And do video games encourage addictive relationships to technology? Farai Chideya talks with Hilarie Cash, co-founder of Internet-Computer Addiction Services.
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When A High Tech Habit Becomes Unhealthy

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When A High Tech Habit Becomes Unhealthy

When A High Tech Habit Becomes Unhealthy

When A High Tech Habit Becomes Unhealthy

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When does checking your e-mail or surfing the Web become an addiction? And do video games encourage addictive relationships to technology?

Our series on addiction continues, as Farai Chideya talks with Hilarie Cash, co-founder of Internet-Computer Addiction Services and author of Video Games and Your Kids: How Parents Stay in Control.

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