Toxic Videos and Ads Give More Reason to Wait or Abstain from Social Media in America The WSJ investigative reporting continues to do a great job unveiling the harmful content of social media in the new article published today “Instagram Serves Up Toxic Video Mix” and parents should take notice, opting to have their children […]
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Is Smartphone Addiction Real? It’s okay to be skeptical, but knowing the facts is better because smartphone addiction is real. Here’s some great information from our friends at Bagby on this topic all neatly quoted so even skeptics can see we are not making this up! Modern society cannot continue to avoid this issue that
A Digital Nutritionist for The New Year It takes work to be a thriving human, strengthening your mind and body — often with the help of therapists, doctors, nurses, trainers, coaches, and consultants. We rely on specialists to help with for almost every area of our life, but are often left feeling lost, alone, and
Friend or Foe or Maybe Both: The Pervasive Nature of Technology Let’s take a look at the Pervasive Nature of Technology On Mental Health And Poor Moral Judgement. Today, technology has become so interwoven into our lives that it’s hard to imagine doing daily activities and work tasks without some digital tool or solution involved.
Hidden Dangers of Self-Commodification A beauty and lifestyle influencer with over 500K followers on YouTube, Jordan Cheyenne, abruptly deleted her channel in 2021 after mistakenly uploading a clip of her coaching her son to cry for the camera after their dog died. The video was meant to be edited, instead her viewers watched as she