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Mobile phone anxiety on the rise: survey

Could 'Nomophobia' afflict those of us who cannot live without our mobile phones?

Last Modified: 26 Aug 2013 15:52
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Millions of us carry mobile phones - some people say they can't live without them.

But according to UK researchers if you're more concerned about what you're missing on your phone, rather than your family and friends, you could be suffering from 'no mobile phone phobia'.

Or Nomophobia.

 Al Jazeera's Phil Lavelle reports.

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