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APA: Social media use poses risks to kids and teens’ mental health
Like all tools, social media can be beneficial or harmful depending on how it’s used. And like all tools, when tools are used by the young, inexperienced, and unsupervised, they can cut themselves on some sharp edges. This is the crux of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) health advisory on the use of social media by children and teens.
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