Many new studies are checking out the effects of our constant barrage of information and what it’s doing to our brains and bodies.  I often notice that I’ll check email on my phone or read the New York Times in the tiny bits of time I have while waiting in line for a movie or at a restaurant before food arrives.  Some research now points at the emerging fact that taking time out allows our brains to process information and aids our memories in recording and analyzing experience.  Check out today’s New York Times article, reported from San Francisco, for more…

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