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A new study questions the presumed link between teens’ smartphone use and mental health.

Aug 28 2019

A new study questions the presumed link between teens’ smartphone use and mental health.The University of California, Irvine tracked nearly 400 10-15-year-olds’ smartphone use for two weeks, checking in on their mental health three times each day. They found that neither higher overall smartphone use, nor excessive single-day smartphone use, negatively impacted the teens’ mental health. One professor suggests, “It may be time for adults to stop arguing over whether smartphones and social media are good or bad for teens’ mental health and start figuring out ways to best support them in both their offline and online lives.” (Digital Trends)