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Facebook admits it poses mental health risk – but says using site more can help

MsCYPRAHDec 17, 2017, 1:56:50 PM

FULL STORY by Sam Levin: The GUARDIAN....


Ginsberg and Burke claimed that “actively interacting with people – especially sharing messages, posts and comments with close friends and reminiscing about past interactions – is linked to improvements in well-being”. They cited one study suggesting that students who scrolled through their own Facebook profiles experienced “boosts in self-affirmation” compared with others who looked at strangers’ pages.