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Another year, another of crop of super important health studies. We’ve rounded 'em up and broken 'em down.
You are what you post? Psychologists are increasingly using our social media activity as a way to understand our personalities. Here’s why the research is scary — and brilliant.
I survived one month without social media of any kind (well, except for that one time I cheated). Read on to find out if I actually learned anything from the fast.
No man (or woman) is an island — here’s what I’ve learned and been reading about social media while undertaking a break from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Sometimes, a slip-up can provide important insights, both positive and negative. Read on to learn what a one-night social media binge taught me.
After one week without Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest, Sophia Breene is discovering the pros and cons to a world without social media.

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You are what you post? Psychologists are increasingly using our social media activity as a way to understand our personalities. Here’s why the research is scary — and brilliant.
Mixed Nuts_river
Another year, another of crop of super important health studies. We’ve rounded 'em up and broken 'em down.

Facebook isn’t just addictive; it can stay with us even after we log off. Research shows people can remember status updates better than lines from a book or new faces.

Studies on how Facebook unfriending hurts real relationships and apps that battle FOMO were top of mind this week — there’s even technology on the horizon that can print out 3-D organs. Read on to learn more!

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A new study checks out hospital Facebook pages to see if "likes" really correlate to actual health care satisfaction.

This is Week 0 of Sophia Breene’s #socialmediafast experiment.

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