Survey: Phone outranks personal hygiene

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Your phone can’t replace your toothbrush or deodorant (yet), but Millenials don’t seem to care.

A survey found 18- to 24-year-olds rank cell phone usage higher than personal hygiene.

That’s according to FOX 59 citing a survey by Braun Research, Inc.

Ninety-six percent of those surveyed considered mobile phones to be “very important.”

Only 93 percent said toothbrushes were “very important” and 90 percent said deodorant was.

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