Social Media Use Leads to Depression and Loneliness Study Finds (Video)

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On The College Fix Campus Roundup, Ethan talked to Dr. Duke Pesta about a study at the University of Pennsylvania. Researchers there found an appreciable decrease in feelings of depression and loneliness, and slight decreases in anxiety and other behaviors after just three weeks of limited social media use. Listen to more here: 

Check out the original article here: https://www.thecollegefix.com/college-students-significantly-less-depressed-lonely-when-they-limit-social-media-study/

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