Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites are great ways to connect with others, see what is going on in the world, and, well, kill some time. However, while they might seem like obvious sources of overwhelming joy—baby announcements, rekindled friendships, adorable pictures of kittens!—new research published in the journal Depression and Anxiety suggests a […]
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