March 7, 2014
Study: Facebook Use Patterns that Predict Disordered Eating

Young women who placed importance on comments and likes, and regularly untagged photos of themselves, were at greater risk.
Read more. [Image: birgerking/Flickr]

Study: Facebook Use Patterns that Predict Disordered Eating

Young women who placed importance on comments and likes, and regularly untagged photos of themselves, were at greater risk.

Read more. [Image: birgerking/Flickr]

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