Research + News | Topic: Stress
Feb 10, 2020
New Report Links Smartphones And Social Media To Stress Among Teens
A new report released Monday suggests that increasing smartphone and social media use could be contributing to mental health issues among teens, including depression, anxiety, stress and poor self-esteem. View the video here.
Jan 3, 2020
What Experts Say May Drive Video Game Addiction In Teens
Are teens decompressing through video games? Read the article here.
Nov 18, 2019
Gauging How Digital Usage Fits Into Teens’ Lives And Buying Habits
Are teens as much in thrall to digital as popular stereotypes suggest? Read the article here.
Oct 16, 2019
5 Sources Of Stress In Teens
Tim Elmore blogs about 5 common sources of stress in teens that often lead to anxiety and depression. Read the blog post here.
May 24, 2019
My Teens Don’t Use Social Media, But Even They Can’t Escape The Pressure Of Perfectionism
My teenagers face a constant stream of information and a culture encouraging them to never unplug. No wonder our kids are under pressure. Read the rest of this opinion piece here.
Apr 10, 2019
Through their social media feeds, teens have access to a constant flow of news and information. Research suggests that this is taking a toll on them and increasing their anxiety. Read the article here.
Oct 20, 2017
Social Media Is Fueling A Scary Trend For Teen Anxiety
Experts in teenage mental health say social media is a significant factor in a rising tide of anxiety among teenagers and adolescents. Read the article here.
Jun 19, 2017
Gen Z’s Head Game
The seemingly self-obsessed behavior of selfie taking hides some dark patterns regarding body image. Read the article here.
Feb 15, 2017
A Good Night’s Sleep A Better Alternative To Teen Nap Clubs
A look at lack of sleep, teen naps clubs, and the pressures high schoolers face, especially the pressure of getting accepted to college. Read the article here.
May 4, 2016
Social Media Stressing Teens, Parents Say
Parents worry that social media is contributing to elevated levels of stress in their young teenage children, according to a new survey of 579 parents with kids ages 13-15 conducted by WebMD in February and March. Read the article here.