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selfieSmartphones are vital to our daily lives; in fact, research has shown that the average person checks their phone 85 times a day and spends a total of five hours per day using the device to browse the web or use certain apps. For many, our smartphone is the first thing we look at in the morning and the last thing we check at bedtime. Although quick glances at our phone may seem harmless, it can in fact be affecting us physically, mentally and emotionally. We caught up with some experts who help explain the ugly side of excessive cellphones use.

Poor Posture:  When we look down at our cellphones we are straining our necks and slouching our shoulders. Doing this can cause some serious damage to our overall posture even leading us to lose up to an inch to an inch and a half of height. “I see up to 10 patients a week complaining of severe neck and shoulder pain. When asked how often they use their phones the typical response is all the time. When pain becomes chronic and severe, surgery has to be considered,” explains Dr. Richard Samperisi, Co-Founder of Campus Chiropractic Center at Florida International University. Read more of this story »


After enjoying a mere five days as a beautiful blonde, Demi Lovato decided to go Back In Brown, and return to her (natural) roots.  Unveiling the hair make-under on Instagram Stories, Lovato posed in bed with a come-hither look.  The singer-songwriter recently shared that she will be taking a much-needed break from Hollywood next year.  “So excited for 2017,” she announced. “Taking a break from music and the spotlight. I am not meant for this business and the media.”