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How Social Media Impacts Teens

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5 Ways Social Media Affects Teen Mental Health

Are you wondering how social media influences teen drug abuse? These teenagers are also more likely to have friends who abuse prescription and illegal drugs. The younger someone is when he begins using an addictive substance, the more likely he is to become addicted. Twenty-five percent of Americans who start using an addictive substance before 18 years of age become addicted, while only one out of every 25 Americans who starts using an addictive substance after the age of 21 becomes addicted. In order to protect your child from the undue influence of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you have to acknowledge that the use of social media can lead to both positive and negative results for your child.
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Morgan Ellithorpe , assistant professor of Advertising and Public Relations at ComArtSci, partnered with colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania to study how risky behaviors portrayed in the media, such as alcohol and tobacco use, sex and violence, are repeated by teenagers. Take for example, shows like "Empire", "Narcos" and "Game of Thrones". Ellithorpe and her colleagues have published several research papers on the issue and she presented on the topic at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association ICA.
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