Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal study
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  • The teenagers self-reported the number of hours per week that they consumed social media (such as Facebook and Instagram), video games and television. - www.cbc.ca
  • Conrod and her team found an increase in depressive symptoms when the adolescents were consuming social media and television. - www.cbc.ca
  • The most surprising finding for Boers was that time spent playing video games was not contributing to depressive symptoms. - www.cbc.ca

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