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Dr. Samadi Discusses Technology Overload in Addition to Other Topics

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Fox News, 3:09, 04/22/11

Dr. David Samadi appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss a study that shows that technology overload and excessive multitasking, are damaging our cognitive skills.

In addition, he talks about the causes of asthma as well as yesterday's robotic prostatectomy procedure performed on Curtis Sliwa, radio host and founder of the Guardian Angels.

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