iStock/SolStock Psychologists say they’ve noticed that a new condition called “nomophobia”—short for “no-mobile-phone phobia”—is affecting more and more young people. Symptoms like anxiety and distraction occur when sufferers are separated from their phones and unable to check for updates. Researchers liken this condition to addictions such as gambling. Here’s how to know if you have nomophobia without even knowing it.
iStock/Pinkypills A study shows that Wi-Fi signals could potentially damage sperm and stop them from moving, leading to fertility issues in men. Scientists note that more research is needed before any conclusions can be drawn, but in the meantime, it couldn’t hurt for guys to keep devices off their laps. Here are more surprising health risks men need to watch out for.