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People who spend a lot of time surfing the Internet are more likely to show signs of depression, British scientists said on Wednesday.
But it is not clear whether the Internet causes depression or whether depressed people are drawn to it.
Psychologists from Leeds University found what they said was "striking" evidence that some avid net users develop compulsive Internet habits in which they replace real-life social interaction with online chat rooms and social networking sites.Read full article>>