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

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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
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