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A Call To Action

A Call To Action

  • As families and individuals make choices about social media, it is of critical importance that they be armed with up-to-date information about the impact of such behavior on health and well-being.
  • For parents, this research adds to the growing body of cautionary information and is a call to get educated and manage social media immersion.
  • For healthcare providers, assessing patients for social media use is a key element of treatment planning.


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