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Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal study

CBC.ca Monday, 15 July 2019
Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal studyResearchers in Quebec have found that the increased symptoms of depression are linked to being active on social media platforms like Instagram, where teens are more likely to compare their lives to glitzy images in their feeds.
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A new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics on Monday connected social media to depression in teens and not video gaming.

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