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Internet Helps Teens Bond With Real-Life Pals
Hours spent in front of the computer might not be the worst thing for teens after all--especially when it comes to their social lives. While findings from the early days of the Internet showed that teens mainly communicated online primarily with strangers ...
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Girl Talk Leads To Anxiety And Depression
It seems the normally calming effect of expressing your troubles may not kick in if you're a teenage girl who spends a lot of time discussing them. University of Missouri associate professor of psychological sciences Amanda Rose reports that 'co-rumination...
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Why Some Kids Don't Fit In
Researchers pinpoint key factors that may make social interaction difficult for children.
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Does Facebook Put Teens at Risk for Depression?
The American Academy of Pediatrics cautions parents about social media dangers.
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