Addicted To Your Mobile Phone? You Might Be A Nomophobe MOSCOW — One of the defining new features of 21st century life is an attachment to our mobile phones. In Britain, a company AppRiver has actually measured bona fide fear of being without it, with 54% of the UK's residents saying they worry when they are ... 09/13/2013 - 1:22 am | View Link
Addicted To Your Mobile Phone? You Might Be A Nomophobe According to psychologists who study nomophobia, the symptoms can include panic attacks ... own security buffer that allows them to feel comfortable. They tend to carry cellphone chargers with them and religiously check to make sure that they have enough ... 09/12/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Are you addicted to your cellphone? It's part of a growing trend of nomophobia, or people who are afraid of living without a mobile device. "A lot of things we choose not to give up on an addiction telling ourselves we can't live without it, but that's just a thought that maintains ... 10/3/2012 - 4:18 pm | View Link
Are You Addicted to Your Cellphone? Are you addicted to your cellphone? According to a story on MSNBC.com, a study by mobile phone tech company SecurEnvoy shows that two-thirds (66 percent) of people surveyed said they have Nomophobia -- "No mobile phone phobia." 05/8/2012 - 5:32 am | View Link
Are You Addicted to Your Cellphone? Are you addicted to your cellphone? According to a story on MSNBC.com, a study by mobile phone tech company SecurEnvoy shows that two-thirds (66 percent) of people surveyed said they have Nomophobia -- "No mobile phone phobia." That's up from 53 percent ... 05/8/2012 - 5:30 am | View Link
In New York, it looked like a straightforward case: an obscure young diplomat at the Indian consulate was accused of lying on visa forms so she could bring her maid to the U. S., paying her less than $3 an hour. The diplomat was arrested, processed through the legal system like anyone else and quickly freed on bail.
A FEDERAL JUDGE in Texas claims the Department of Homeland Security is working to help hand-deliver children smuggled into the US to their illegal immigrant parents, in what he described as a 'dangerous' practice which aids drug cartel-tied traffickers. READ: Judges order on child smuggling
Bellingham HeraldObama looks to Baucus to serve as China ambassadorBellingham HeraldFile--In this April 17, 2013 file photo, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., questions Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius as she testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. Democratic officials say President and more »