Sunday, June 4, 2023

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Why teens are saying “no” to alcohol

How has the function of alcohol use changed among adolescents over the past 20 years?

Why do people include themselves in photos

Some selfies can help capture the meaning of an event.

AI-based tools aid in measuring patient’s attitudes toward cholesterol medications

A new approach to understanding patient attitudes toward cholesterol drugs.

Data analysis refutes anti-vax blood clot claims about COVID-19 vaccines

Vaccination reduces the risk of blood clots, far less than COVID-19.

Teenagers who trust information found online believe it to be less stressful

The findings highlight the need for news literacy programs.

A study connects hard-right social media to incidents of civil unrest

Social media activity on hard-right platforms contributes to political unrest.

Social media linked to poor mental health and body image among young people

This issue is worthy of attention as an emerging global public health issue.

Female selfie posting can be driven by aggression

It is associated with intimidatory self-presentation strategies.

Constant social media checking may affect functional brain development

Study shows habitual checking of social media may impact young adolescents’ brain development.

Lack of computer access linked to poorer mental health during COVID-19

The end of 2020 was the time when young people faced the most difficulties.

Modesty leaves the best impression on cooperation in teams

In social situations that depend on cooperation, people will often choose to present themselves more modestly.

Americans social media habits changing with rising national tensions

It's important to recognize how it may affect you.

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