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As 2019 recedes, it leaves behind a sobering legacy: Unhappiness continues to haunt Americans.
Facebook Inc's Instagram said it will require birthdates from all new users starting on Dec 4, expanding the audience for ads for alcohol and other age-restricted products while offering new safety measures for younger users.
In South Korea, videogames are practically the national pastime, played by the majority of adults and adolescents. Even after the WHO recognized gaming addictions as a mental health disorder, the country is struggling to come to terms with this health problem.
Popular Chinese YouTuber Ms Yeah has offered to help the family of a 14-year-old girl who died from injuries resulting from a popcorn in a can explosion. The girl had apparently attempted to imitate a cooking method from one Ms Yeah's uploads.
University College London researchers are suggesting that content posted and viewed on social networks could play a more determining role in incidence of depression in teens than the social platforms themselves.
A new study highlights the negative consequences of social media posts and phone calls made while under the effects of alcohol and drugs.
Scientists revealed on Aug 6 that they have come up with an artificial "tongue" which can distinguish subtle differences between whiskies.
Matthew George and his girlfriend, Lauren Biller, had made up their minds: Doctor Strange was the movie they wanted to watch. Instead of buying DVDs and storing them on a shelf, Biller and millions of other people subscribe to video streaming services that bring films right to their television, computer, phone or other device.
New study links problematic smartphone use to poor academic grades, alcohol misuse and mental health problems
New research has found that university students who describe their smartphone use as "problematic" are also more likely to experience mental health problems, have a higher number of sexual partners, and receive lower grades.
Copenhagen police are cracking down on stoned and drunken people riding electric scooters, which were introduced in the Danish capital at the start of this year.