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Millennials' love for their smartphones could have a foul social impact.  A new survey by Bank of America says 90% of people between the ages of 18 to 24 regard their phone as more important than deodorant. 

Almost half of respondents said they'd be willing to give up alcohol and nearly 30% said they'd forfeit chocolate to get their phone back if it was taken from them. More than 10% said they could last less than one hour without their phone. 

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