Just One Hour a Day on Social Media Makes Teens Miserable


Social media sites help us stay connected, but for younger teens, the cost of online connectivity can be steep.

A recent report, "Social Media Use and Children's Wellbeing," published by IZA Institute of Labor Economics, found that kids between 10 and 15 who spend as little as one hour a day chatting on social networks are overall less content.

University of Pittsburgh: Research Shows Too Much Social Media Causes Depression


If you're using more than two kinds of social media platform, you might consider curbing down the number of networking sites you're using. A new research has revealed that it's not just about the quantity of time you spend on social media that can harm you but the amount of social media sites you have or visit that can affect your mental health.

he Truth About Fake News In Social Networking Sites


Fake news, misleading news, rumors, speculations, and other forms of unreliable sources are not new. In fact, these things have always been with us throughout history. And in some cases, it has either helped or caused damage.

Regular social media use good for mental health: Aussie study

Social media apps including WhattsApp, LinkedIn, Twitter, FaceBook, Instagram, SnapChat and Periscope are displayed in a social media folder on the screen of an Apple Inc.

The study, published by the University of Melbourne and Monash University on Friday, reviewed 70 studies that examined the relationship between social networking and depression, anxiety and wellbeing.


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