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1 in 4 young women has mental health problems and it's all social media's fault.

It turns out our obsession with social media is literally making us sick—which explains everything. Young women (ages 16 to 24) are at the highest risk: more than a quarter (26%) experience symptoms of mental health problems like anxiety and depression, according to a new report from the UK's National Health Service (NHS) published in Telegraph. Researchers said "selfie culture" and social media are largely to blame.
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