Instagram and Snapchat are the social media platforms that have the worst impact on children's mental health, according to a study published by Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and the Young Health Movement (YHM).
The report — released on Friday and titled #StatusOfMind — examined the positive and negative effects of...
Instagram and Snapchat were ranked the worst for children's mental health (FB, SNAP)
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