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Colleges are encouraging freshmen to use mental health apps, but privacy risks are a concern.

Jan 06 2020

Colleges are encouraging freshmen to use mental health apps, but privacy risks are a concern. The American College Health Association reports that mental health problems among college students have increased significantly, with two in five students reporting they suffer from depression in 2018, and only 15% seeking help at a counseling center. Because universities are struggling to keep up with the demands of students’ mental health needs, apps like TAO Connect and YOU at College are being recommended as alternatives. But some experts worry that young users are giving up private information to be used for marketing purposes by signing up for these platforms. (Washington Post)