Depression May Be Linked To Negative Experiences On Social Media – Forbes

Social media has certainly had its share of red-flag research in recent years. Studies have shown it to be linked to a number of negative outcomes, including depression, jealousy, low self-esteem, and even suicidality. A new study in the journal
Bad Social Media Experiences Increase Depression OddsMedical Daily
Study finds impact of negative, positive social media experiences on depressive
Negative vs. positive social media experiences and depressive symptomsScience Daily
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