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Study: Instagram worst for young people's mental health

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 24, 2017

Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook take the top three spots for social media platforms most detrimental to mental health among UK residents ages 14 to 24, according to research from the Royal Society for Public Health and the Young Health Movement. YouTube and Twitter rank most favorably in the study, which assesses nearly 1,500 participants. CBS News (05/23)


Twitter alight with jokes on Trump's glowing orb

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 22, 2017

Study: Instagram engagement is 3X higher than Facebook

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 22, 2017

How to prevent and manage a social media crisis

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 24, 2017

Digital habits of Gen Z: YouTube is essential

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 23, 2017

Facebook doc shows struggle between brand safety, free speech

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 23, 2017

Sources: Facebook signs deals for upcoming video service

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 25, 2017

Pranksters hijack Walkers Crisps push on Twitter

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 26, 2017

Chick-fil-A's cows are in hiding; McCann puts their barn on Homestay

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 26, 2017

Instagram adds 4 objectives beyond reach to Stories

SmartBrief on Social Business | May 26, 2017


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