Cell phones and apps have become popular fitness tools, but a new study suggests that people who use their cell phones frequently may be less fit than those who use their phones less often. Researchers from Kent State University surveyed students about their cell phone usage and habits and divided them into high-frequency cell phone users, who average 14 hours per day on the phone, and low-frequency cell phones users, who average 101 minutes per day on the phone. Students' fitness was ...

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