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Online Games and Addiction

With advances in entertainment technology, online computer games are becoming increasingly popular. They can either be seen as a source of entertainment to those who can control their play-time, a source of wasted time, or even a dangerous medium through which enthralled players begin to find increasingly difficult to quit. This topic is both interesting […]

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Who are porn addicts?

Pornography addiction invades the lives of people in all age groups, ethnic backgrounds, religious faiths, and social status. The largest consumers of pornography are the boys ages 12-17. The average age of first time contact of pornography among sex addicts is 11. By the data of National Coalition for the protection of Children & Families […]

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Drug Addiction and Abuse

The use of drugs for nonmedical purpose carries a risk for the user and our society. Our society pays the cost of injuries to nonusers as well as self-inflicted injuries to the users themselves. The society ultimately pays the cost of all acute and chronic toxicity through the loss of productivity and by subsidizing medical […]

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Arguing Against Television Addiction

Marie Winn classifies television watching as an addictive and destructive behavior, drawing similarities between it and the abuse of drugs and alcohol. On the surface, this claim seems justifiable and arguments can be made in its favor. However it is Winn’s equating television with drugs and alcohol that is ultimately the downfall of her argument, […]

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