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Brain Candy

book cover image i-Minds

Do smart phones, video gaming and the internet affect our brains? Mari K. Swingle says the evidence is in and it's frightening.

Vancouver neuro-therapist Swingle says, whereas television leads to inertia, digital media has the opposite effect. There may be even a connection with ADHD. i-MInds isn't all doom and gloom, however. It suggests positive steps we can take to embrace technology wisely.

Says Kirkus Reviews: "A genuinely original postion on an historically significant issue."

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