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Jessie Poquerusse

Neuroscience Researcher

Jessie Poquérusse is a recent neuroscience graduate with plans on specializing in developmental neurology at medical school. As a rock climbing instructor for individuals with autism, a former psychology researcher at Harvard University, and a neuroscience researcher at the Montreal Neurological Institute, she has developed a keen interest in bridging science with everyday life. She enjoys freelance writing aimed at elucidating the scientific correlates of healthy lifestyles and activities.
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Is The Internet Bad For Your Health?

Are you noticing that society is becoming more and more virtual? You may be missing out on the real-life interactions that make you mentally and physically healthy. A recent Newsweek article revealed some of the negative impacts that Internet addictions are having on lives. Is there a way to fight this?
07/23/2012 05:02 EDT