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Snappy Mobiles Known To Cause Snappish Behavior in Families

...tant message of the study is that, cell phones and pagers allow increased intrusion in communication between work and home, and those who reported cataclysmic intrusions were decidedly cribbing about family life. Chesley also indicates a solution for the burgeoning malady. Employers could tailor Employee Co...

Cell Phones and pagers are mixed blessing

...uring office hours they find the mobile phones and pagers ringing from their homes and friends leading to lo...d most of the study reports that mobile phones and pagers only increase tension and stresses life among family members...

Is all this technology stressing you out?

...ht. The 24-hour accessibility that cell phones and pagers provide could be adversely affecting people's live...nd Family, those who regularly used cell phones or pagers experienced increased psychological distress and a decrease in family satisfaction compared to those...

Small Naps are Beneficial for Doctors to Overcome Fatigue

...s. Interns on the nap schedule who forwarded their pagers to the 'night-float' resident increased their slee...ely on the night-float residents, forwarding their pagers only 22 percent of available opportunities. When interviewed, interns emphasized the importance of c...

Ban on mobile usage in hospitals uncalled for, says a report

...ath situations doctors are still having to rely on pagers while many patients would welcome the opportunity to talk to their friends and family without resorting to expensive hospital phones.'...

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