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Is Facebook Making You Fat?

We all know that social media can be detrimental to body image and self-esteem. Case in point: Websites and blogs that promote anorexia and self-harm. The Internet is rampant with negative messages that are dangerous for vulnerable young minds. Does social media make you overweight and broke? But even a little innocent Facebook browsing can …

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