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"Teens, tech and mental health: Oxford study finds no link"


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The Oxford Internet Institute compared TV viewing, social-media and device use with feelings of depression, suicidal tendencies and behavioural problems.

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"We couldn't tell the difference between social-media impact and mental health in 2010 and 2019," study co-author Prof Andrew Przybylski. said.

 

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My kids get grounded of electronics and they act like they are going to die.

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No link? Anyone with common sense can see that's not the case.

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wait, the article says "There remains "little association" between technology use and mental-health problems" but later has a link to a study that says "Teenagers' mental health is being damaged by heavy social media use, a report has found."  Don't you have to use tech to access social media?

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