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Increasing Social Media Use Tied To Rise In Teens' Depressive Symptoms, Study Says

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Increasing Social Media Use Tied To Rise In Teens' Depressive Symptoms, Study Says

Increasing Social Media Use Tied To Rise In Teens' Depressive Symptoms, Study Says

Spending too much time scrolling through social media and watching more television has been linked with symptoms of depression in young people -- and a new study reveals to what extent screen time and depression may be intertwined.

Katie Johnston reports.

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