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Teens who spend more than three hours on social media each day are anxious and depressed, according to a new study. 

Sep 13 2019

Teens who spend more than three hours on social media each day are anxious and depressed, according to a new study. JAMA Psychiatry found that 12-15-year-olds who used social media for more than three hours daily were more likely to manifest anxiety, depression, and aggressive or antisocial behaviors. However, several studies like UCI’s have argued that the link between screen time and mental health is non-existent and one of the JAMA study’s lead authors even says that the three-hour mark “is more of an artifact of the analyses than a meaningful cutoff,” adding that, “I don’t know if, on its own, this means that much.” (MIT Technology Review)