What is it doing to us

With the average person’s screen time now nearly seven hours a day, and much of that time spent indoors, our overreliance on sight and sound has only intensified. But given that humans are animals with five (or arguably many more) senses, are we neglecting our other faculties, and what is it doing to us?

— Read more in ‘Smell is really important for social communication’: how technology is ruining our senses at The Guardian.


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