Higher rate of use of Social Networking sites can lead to an imbalance between two cognitive-behavioural systems in the human brain, says a study.
One in five teens regularly lose sleep over social media, waking up in the middle of the night to send or check messages on social media. This makes them three times more likely to feel ...
Excess use of social media such as Facebook, Instagram or YouTube may lead to disordered eating and body image concerns among young adults.
Want to exercise more? Start competing with your peers on online health programmes, researchers say.
Being fit consistently is tough. Getting yourself to workout is probably tougher than controlling how much to eat.
In March 2014, a small Internet storm was created around #savejosh, a social media campaign.
Austerity measures undertaken by governments as a result of economic crisis have driven young men to become spornosexual and to seek value instead through their bodies, says a study.
Usually on social media, the conversation between a brand and its customer is a predictable one: a customer complains about a certain product or service and the brand responds with an apology. In some cases ...
Researchers found that variations in word complexitycould suggest cognitive decline, or a change in the number ofwords per post or network size might be indicative of adepressed mental status.
Marketing junk food to kids is proven to be effective at increasing a child's preference and consumption of advertised foods.