Research + News | Topic: Depression
Aug 18, 2017
Teens And The Distorted Reality Of Social Media
Instagram, Snapchat, Photoshop and special filters have created an aura of plastic beauty that makes our girls and boys feel less than, every second they scroll down their smartphone’s screen.
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Aug 14, 2017
Teens Are More Depressed And Isolated Than Ever Because Of Smartphones, Researcher Claims
- There’s a strong link between the amount of time they spend looking at screens and how sad they feel. Read the article here.
Aug 2, 2017
Is Social Media Causing Depression In Teens?
Jul 17, 2017
Late-Night Screen Time Puts Teens’ Sleep And Mental Health At Risk
Summer could be a good time to encourage teenagers to put down their phones and enjoy the outdoors. View the article here.
Jun 6, 2017
13-Year-Old Girl Enters Rehab For Depression, Compulsive YouTube Viewing
There’s no question that people are consuming massive amounts of YouTube right now — to the tune of 1 billion hours of content every single day. But for some, it turns out, YouTube is becoming a bonafide addiction. Read the article here.
Apr 11, 2017
The Highs and Lows of Teens’ Instagram Use
For some it leads to closer bonds with friends, for others a greater risk of depression, study found. Read the article here.
Jan 12, 2017
In Teens, Strong Friendships May Mitigate Depression Associated With Excessive Video Gaming
Those who play games more than four hours a day may not develop addiction-like problems if they are socially engaged with others. Read the article here.
Dec 30, 2016
Using Multiple Social Platforms Linked to Depression
Young adults who use multiple social media platforms are more likely to experience symptoms of depression than peers who user fewer, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Research on Media, Technology and Health. Read the full article here.
Oct 18, 2016
The Scary Facts About Bullying Everyone Should Know
The real consequences of cyberbullying are disturbing. Read the article here.
Sep 20, 2016
Internet Addiction Ups Risks Of Other Mental Health Problems
Youngsters spending excessive time on the internet are more likely to suffer from mental health problems including anxiety, inattention, depression, executive functioning issues, impulsiveness and ADHD.
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