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Teens, tech and mental health: Oxford study finds no link – BBC News

The Oxford study used data from more than 430,000 young people, gathered over 28 years.

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By Zoe KleinmanTechnology reporter
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There remains “little association” between technology use and mental-health problems, a study of more than 430,000 10 to 15-year-olds suggests.
The Oxford Internet Institute compared TV viewing, social-media and device use with feelings of depression, suicidal tendencies and behavioural problems.
It found a small drop in association between depression and social-media use and TV viewing, from 1991 to 2019,
There was a small rise in…

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