Hardship During the Great Recession Linked With Lasting Mental Health Declines
People who suffered a financial, housing-related, or job-related hardship as a result of the Great Recession were more likely to show increases in symptoms of depression, anxiety, and problematic drug use several years after the official end of the recession.
Parental Burnout Can Lead to Harmful Outcomes for Parent and Child
The intense exhaustion of parental burnout can lead parents to feel detached from their children and unsure of their parenting abilities.
Screen time before bed has very little impact on mental health in teenagers, Oxford study concludes
Screen time has little effect on teenagers’ mental health, despite fears about the impact late-night gaming or TV viewing is having on the world’s youth, a new study has concluded. Scientists at the University of
Screen Time – Even Before Bed – Has Little Impact on Teen Well-Being
Data from more than 17,000 teenagers shows little evidence of a relationship between screen time and well-being in adolescents.
TVs in bedrooms may harm children’s physical and mental health
New Canadian research has found that growing up with a TV in the bedroom may have a negative effect on children’s physical and mental health in their teenage years. Carried out by researchers at the
Data Show No Evidence That Teens’ Social Media Use Predicts Depression Over Time
Longitudinal data from adolescents and young adults show no evidence that social media use predicts later depressive symptoms.