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Advisories from the U.S. Surgeon General and the American Psychological Association highlight how social media affect youth mental health.
A new study finds that students who learn about gratitude for a month are less likely to bully their peers.
Instead of bemoaning the ills of social media, we can try to use it in ways that support our relationships, identity, and success in life.
Researchers asked kids around the world about their digital lives and what kinds of online experiences would make them happy.
A new study analyzed conservative and liberal Twitter reactions to U.S. gun violence—and found some convergence.
It's quite possible that your fears about your child's screen time are unfounded.
A new study suggests that people who are willing to admit they’re wrong during Facebook arguments are liked and respected more.