According to the Pew Research Center, 95 percent of teens now report having a smartphone or access to one, and 45 percent of teens say they are online on a near-constant basis.
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Review of evidence finds excessive smartphone, social media use may be linked to youth mental health
"Physicians, teachers and families need to work together with youth to decrease possible harmful effects of smartphones and social media ... that 54% of teens think they spend too much time ...
Teens noticing the negative effects of too much social media
A social media user since the 5th grade, a Carlsbad High School junior says she's starting to notice the harmful effects of social media.
San Diego teens noticing the negative effects of too much social media
"Most of the time I spend on social media is too much time on social media!" said Cruz. However, she says compared to other teens ... she's starting to notice the harmful effects of social ...
Magid: Research refutes link between tech use and mental health problems
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Family raises concerns about integrity of SDSU investigation into student’s death
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You Asked: Is Social Media Making Me Miserable?
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