back to article Smartphone addicts go floppy under the sheets, warns DOCTOR WANG

Taiwanese doctors have warned that men who are glued to their smartphones late into the night are at risk from suffering erectile dysfunction. Increasing numbers of men in their 20s are visiting their urologist with ailments more commonly found in the middle aged, according to WantChinaTimes. The report details one young couple …

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"Too much time spent texting, gaming and surfing the web can lead to a degeneration of the right side of the brain, affecting memory and attention span, the medics said."

Bollocks. Well maybe if we're talking about stupidly excessive use.

Spend all day on your phone, never doing anything active outside and not sleeping properly, and you'll probably start to see some negative effects on your health. Such negative effects will manifest in all sorts of ways, up to and including unwanted droopiness.

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> Spend all day on your phone, never doing anything active outside and not sleeping properly, and you'll probably start to see some negative effects on your health. Such negative effects will manifest in all sorts of ways, up to and including unwanted droopiness.

He was also a smoker which is a well established way of putting out the welcome mat for Mr. Floppy.

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Mr Floppy?

No! Not the Melty Man!

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Not what you think

> It has reduced his sexual drive

Isn't that the HDD where you keep the porn?

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Dr Wang.

*sniggers*

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Hasn't El Reg covered this before?

Complete with the best Reg heading and sub heading ever?

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/06/28/mobile_ball_rot/

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I refuse to believe that is the doctors name!

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I refuse to believe that is the doctors name!

Nonsense.

This is Korea.

I think you'll find Suk KoK is also perfectly valid.

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Wut?

Way to have no explanation whatsoever as to why his phone was the cause, Mr WANG.

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