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Facebook, Eating Disorders And Young Women

Adolescent girls who spend a lot of time on Facebook may be more prone to body image issues than young women who limit their time on the social media site, a new study reveals. Researchers from American University in Washington, D.C. found that the length of time girls spent on the site – as well …

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