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A National Survey Sponsored by Hopelab and Well Being Trust
Social Media

Digital health practices, social media use, and mental well-being among teens and young adults in the U.S.

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Exploring Young People’s Social Media Experiences
Social Media

What leads to a positive social media experience? Hopelab teamed up with the Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing to find out.

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Generation Z: Social Media, Sidehustles, and More
GenZ

Social media, depression, anxiety, fluidity, climate change: what else comes to mind when you think about Generation Z?

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Help Hopelab Get to SXSW 2019
The Future of Healthcare

SXSW was so much fun last year we HAVE to do it again! SXSW Panel Picker is officially open and we need your votes to get to SXSW 2019!

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Lessons from Social Isolation During COVID-19
GenZ

Hopelab’s Young Adult Advisory Council reflects on what they’ve learned about social connection during COVID-19.

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Notifications: A Reflection of Digital Health Through a Gen Z Lens
GenZ

Social media companies, policymakers, teachers, anyone that comes in contact with a young person has the ability to play a central role in awareness and service to the health needs of the youth generation.

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Social Media and Loneliness: It’s not a Straightforward Story
Social Media

Lena’s story with social media isn’t simple or straightforward, but neither is the relationship between social media and loneliness.

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Social Media Makes Me Anxious
Social Media

Is “social media” indeed being used for social purposes, or is this a term that masks the behaviors of teenagers obsessed with self image?

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Using Social Media to Reach Young People Where They Are
Social Media

As a clinical psychologist and researcher in adolescent and young adult mental health, I have found that meeting young people where they are at (not where we want them to be) is a key element of successful interventions.

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We’re Dying Earlier – How Is Social Media Involved and What Can We Do About It?
Mental Health

What role is social media is playing in life expectancy issues for young people? Dr. Danielle Ramo, director of research operations weighs in.

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