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Asia News Network Internet addiction on the rise among Malaysian youths
By: NICHOLAS CHENG,   The Star (Malaysia)  The Star (Malaysia)/Asia News Network  07/10/2016
community is translating their data into tangible policies, as definitions of Internet addiction are still being worked out, she added. That is something the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is seeking to address, by adapting research on Internet addiction into guidelines that can be used by school counsellors or pa rents to identify   (421 words)
Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  08/10/2016
the first country to recognise Internet addiction as a clinical disorder, reported the Sixth Tone news website. Health officials divided it into five categories of addiction: online games, social networking, shopping, pornography and the nebulous "Internet information". In its latest push to combat Internet addiction, the Cyberspace Administration
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/01/2016
using the internet longer than intended l Feeling irritable when disrupted from using the internet Signs of Net addiction Landlords extending lease lengths amid tough retail climate She nearly loses her daughters because of her Internet addiction "Female Internet addicts might be rare, in terms of those who come forward to seek help. "But
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Asia News Network FEATURE: Head in the cloud, feet off the ground
By: MING YEUNG,   China Daily (China)  China Daily (China)/Asia News Network  07/09/2016
addiction, thus far. The prevalence rates of internet addiction among younger people ranged between 0.9 percent and 38 percent worldwide. In Hong Kong, a study of over 3,500 Secondary Two students during school year 2010-2011, found that 26.7 percent of students met the criteria for internet addiction. "There are views suggesting that adolescents   (1576 words)
Article Doc: Female Net addiction rare but on the rise
By: LINETTE HENG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/01/2016
Though it is still unusual, a psychiatrist in private practice said he has seen an increase in the number of cases involving Internet addiction and online sexual activities among women over the past three years. "I've seen cases where the husband is able to provide tons of evidence in court — pictures, scans and sometimes even sexually explicit photos   (434 words)
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Online Awards given out to recognise kids who do well despite ADHD, and the mentors who help them
By: MALAVIKA MENON,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  26/05/2016
Edited by IMH senior consultant psychiatrist Ong Say How and assistant psychologist Tan Yi Ren, the book covers issues such as how to identify Internet addiction and how to help young people manage future technology. The book is on sale at all major bookstalls for $22.50, inclusive of GST. Correction note: The information on Response, Early Intervention   (452 words)
Picture The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  14/01/2016
com/thenewpaper To subscribe: 6388 3838 WOMAN IN CUSTODY STRUGGLE AFTER HUBBY UNCOVERS HER ONLINE SEX ACTIVITIES ONLINE SURVEY: Women shop more but men spend more ›12 ›6 Her Internet addiction nearly caused her tolose her daughters Fan grossed me out ›18 CELEB COSPLAYER NENEKO: GARY LIM ON MAN U: Attack good, but defence how? ›S2TNP PHOTO: PHYLLICIA
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  10/10/2016
(Below) Different ways in which drugs have been concealed — in tea packaging and a metal box disguised as a book (inset). PHOTOS: GAVIN FOO, CENTRAL NARCOTICS BUREAU, INTERNET Addiction specialists said they are not surprised that some drug abusers have turned to the Internet to have drugs delivered to their doorstep. When contacted by The New Paper
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  11/03/2016
Children's Society (SCS) and Institute of Mental Health studied data involving more than 3,000 students aged between 12 and 17 in 2014, in a survey on cyber bullying and Internet addiction. Among other things, participants were asked if they had ever hurt themselves deliberately, for example, by cutting themselves. The findings of the study, which were
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  23/09/2016
boot camp kills mum A 16-year-old girl from northern China killed her mother because she was angered by the harsh treatment she received when she was sent to an Internet addiction treatment centre, according to a news website report. The girl said she had been beaten and mistreated at the "boot camp" in Shandong province where she spent four
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