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Keywords

adolescents, FOMO, mental health, self-esteem, social media

 

Authors

  1. Rajamohan, Santhiny PhD, RN
  2. Bennett, Erin MSLIS
  3. Tedone, Deborah MSN, RN

Abstract

Abstract: Studies have found that social media can act as a catalyst to negative attitudes and behaviors in adolescents. This article reviews the current evidence and explores if there is a connection between social media and mental health issues.