Here's a story you don't hear every day: New research shows that using the internet is 'good for your brain', because it engages complicated neurological activity that keeps your mind fit and sharp. Always good to take studies like this with a grain of salt, but it is nice to have a counterpoint to the common misconception that web surfing is a waste of time.
Research Shows Internet Use Good For The Brain
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