By Rebecca Granet


Living In Live Time

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Social Media’s Impact On Girls

We live in a society that strives for “likes,” but when it comes to the self-esteem of today’s young women, it seems it’s hardest for them to “like” themselves.

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In Their Own Words

Several times a year, about 100 female Uniondale High School students gather after school for a program to address pertinent issues in the lives of young girls.

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Social Media And Your Brain

The “personal” has turned public, and that’s psychologically dangerous for young boys and girls because of the way in which their brains develop.

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Sex And Social Media

Young girls and boys who spoke to 1010WINS.com say the amount of explicit material accessible online has desensitized them to sexual content on social media.

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Young Stars Speak Out About Cyberbullying

Former “X Factor” contestant, Bea Miller, and singer/actress Laura Marano open up about cyberbullying.

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Surgery For Selfies

Social media has changed the way we communicate but it has also changed the way in which we view ourselves.

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Parenting In The Social Media World

It was the modern day “Freaky Friday.” Only instead of switching real identities, Sara and her teenage daughter switched online identities.

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Join The Movement

Social media has redefined the way we connect with each other, but when used improperly, it can have a sad and dangerous dark side.

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