MoneyWatch Ever notice how often people are glued to their mobile phones, like they've forgotten how to put them down? Well, it's worse than you thought. According to a recent study carried out by Harris Interactive for mobile payment vendor Junio, people are using their phones at what polite company might consider the most inappropriate of places. Hat tip to the Center for Media Research. On top of what people admit to doing with their own phones, almost 29 percent admitted to snooping on the phones of others. When asked of single people, the number jumped to 42 percent.
Cell Phones Affect Sex Drive
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Cell phone use during sex? Believe it
Recommended by Colombia. For sex workers, mobile phone becomes a double-edged sword A mobile phone makes sex workers more vulnerable to harassment and abuse; however, it also helps them protect themselves better, according to recent reports. A mobile phone makes sex workers more vulnerable to harassment and abuse; however, it also helps them protect themselves better, according to recent reports. The report compiled by research and advocacy group Centre for Internet and Society CIS in May was based on surveys and interviews of 64 sex workers in rural Bengaluru and Hassan conducted by the nonprofit Sangama , which works with sexual minorities and sex workers. It said most sex workers use basic phones rather than smartphones.
By Victoria Woollaston. It's well known that mobiles can kill the moment - just as you lean in to make the next move, your phone rings or a work email flashes up that you just can't resist checking. But mobile phones might be having a more sinister effect on our love lives, according to new research. Scientists found that men who hold their mobiles for more than four hours a day are more likely to suffer from impotence than those who limit usage to less than two hours. Researchers asked 20 men with erectile dysfunction about mobile phone habits, and compared the results to those from 10 healthy men.