Your Facebook status updates, 'likes' and even photos could help researchers better understand mental health disorders, a new study says.
Facebook will now allow Americans to order a meal, buy movie tickets or make an appointment at the hairdresser without having to leave the social networking site.
Apart from sharing party snaps, vacation videos and indefinite selfies, frequent Facebook users do run the risk of developing eating disorders. According to a new research those who are hungry for 'likes' on their Facebook ...
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Researchers at the University of Sydney recently tried to analyse the way junk food brands are using Facebook in order to promote unhealthy foods among young adults and the results were quite obvious. Lately, Facebook ...
The researchers think this might be because texting and talking on the phone are both brief activities whereas using social media can take much longer.
Excess use of social media such as Facebook, Instagram or YouTube may lead to disordered eating and body image concerns among young adults.
The U.S based study revealed that the users who were constantly updating their profiles or liking posts more than average, were more likely to have mental health issues