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NB Study of Internet and Well-Being

Most people these days spend a good portion of their day surfing the internet, chatting on Facebook, Tweeting about their activities and watching videos on YouTube. Researchers are curious about the impact all this internet activity has on our lives. Alex Miltsov is a graduate student at UNB and he's conducting the first study in the province about how internet use affects well-being.

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