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A [new / newly] survey suggests that people who use the Internet too [many / much] may have mental health [problems / problematic] . The survey said that people who are addicted to the Internet have problems [on / in] life if they cannot get online [regular / regularly] . The survey is from McMaster University in Canada. Researchers looked at the Internet [habits / habitat] of 254 students and then looked at the students' [generally / general] mental health. Thirty-three of the students were [addiction / addicted] to the Internet. The researchers said another 107 students had problems because [of / for] their Internet use. These included depression, anxiety, impulsiveness and inattention. A professor said we still [know / known] little about the dangers of Internet addiction and need to do more research into it.

The lead researcher in the study, professor Michael Van Ameringen, [explained / explanation] what kind of problems he found with students. He said: "We found that students addicted to the Internet [had / did] significantly more trouble [deals / dealing] with their day-to-day [active / activities] , including life at home, at work or school and in [socially / social] settings." Professor Van Ameringen added: "People with Internet addiction also had [significance / significantly] higher amounts of depression and [anxiety / anxious] symptoms, problems with planning and problems with [times / time] management." The professor said we needed to find out [just / justice] how big the problem of Internet addiction is. He also said we needed to find out if mental health problems [causes / caused] Internet addiction.

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