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Social Media Use and Its Connection to Mental Health: A Systematic Review


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Total Article Reads Cureus PMC
395,141 Article Views 62,792 319,341
PDF Downloads 3,880 9,128
Total Article Reads Cureus PMC
395,141 Article Views 62,792 319,341
PDF Downloads 3,880 9,128
Total Article Reads
395,141
Cureus PMC
Article Views 62,792 319,341
PDF Downloads 3,880 9,128

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