Research is emerging about how our social media behaviors could be measured against standards for addiction. A behavioral health specialist explains.
Many of us are guilty of posting a few selfies — those photos we take of ourselves with our smartphones — on our social media accounts. But could taking and sharing too many self- images tell us something about ourselves?
Is social media dragging you down? A clinical psychologist offers insight into why social media can hurt your mental health and how you can minimize the impact.
Do you worry about how much time your child or teen spends on social media? Find out how you can turn negatives of online time into surprising positives.
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