A new analysis suggests that increased social media use could be one factor contributing to a rise in teen suicide.
A new analysis suggests that increased social media use could be one factor contributing to a rise in teen suicide. AP
A new analysis suggests that increased social media use could be one factor contributing to a rise in teen suicide. AP

As more teens got smartphones, more started killing themselves. There might be a link

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