Items Tagged ‘social media’

Are Electronic Devices Impacting Your Sleep?

July 11, 2019

Are Electronic Devices Impacting Your Sleep?

By uclahealth uclahealth

If you’re one of the 90 percent of people in the United States who use an electronic device before bedtime, you might not be getting the quality sleep you need. Many people think scrolling through their social media feed is relaxing. In reality, it makes it harder to fall asleep. Electronics and sleep: They don’t […]

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Tags: blue light, electronic device, sleep, sleep quality, social media, UCLA Sleep Center


Healthy social media use for children and teens

August 1, 2018

Healthy social media use for children and teens

By Health Tips for Parents Health Tips for Parents

Recent research shows that children between the ages of 8 and 12 spend an average of six hours a day on social media, while teens can spend upwards of nine hours a day on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and other social media platforms. Social media plays an important role in the individual and social development of […]

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Tags: adolescence, cyberbullying, screen time, social media, teasing, teenager, Wireless Technology, Youth Culture


Fun with friends

August 8, 2017

Fun with friends

By uclahealth uclahealth

These guys have been buddies for years and they all want to do a vasectomy,” says Dr. Jesse Mills, pictured in scrubs, director of

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Tags: Dr. Jesse Mills, featured, social media, The Men’s Clinic at UCLA, US News, vasectomy


How social media could help combat sexual assault

March 2, 2017

How social media could help combat sexual assault

By Tami Dennis Tami Dennis

The CNN analysis is disturbing. The conclusions even more so. By combing through state and federal data, by interviewing both regulators and victims, and by reviewing cases that finally went to court, two CNN reporters paint a picture of sexual assault and abuse in the nation’s nursing homes that has been largely ignored, or simply […]

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Tags: Abuse, Elder abuse, Elders, electronic health-record, Facebook, Nursing homes, research, Sean Young, Sexual abuse, sexual assault, Sexual behavior, Sexual misconduct


Family friction: Six strategies for happier holidays

November 14, 2016

Family friction: Six strategies for happier holidays

By uclahealth uclahealth

Holidays bring families together, for better or worse. If spending time with your extended family is a recipe for stress, you’re not alone. With a bit of planning, you can take the edge off and re-focus on the positive parts of spending holidays with your family. 1. Agree to disagree. We all want to be […]

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Tags: aggression, anger, blood pressure, blood-sugar levels, depression, families, family, family stress, happier holidays, holiday stress, holidays, managing stress