Delaney Ruston

physician and filmmaker

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Delaney Ruston is a physician and the director and producer of Screenagers: Growing up in the Digital Age.

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We started this program 17 years ago; Google and Apple were losing money. Now, 80 percent of Americans are walking search engines with smart phones.

Can humanity survive technology?

We started this program 17 years ago; Google and Apple were losing money. Now, 80 percent of Americans are walking search engines with smart phones.

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