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Boston Globe Media and Point32Health Collaborate on Season Two of "Turning Points," a Podcast Series Helping People Navigate Mental Health

Boston Globe Media and Point32Health Collaborate on Season Two of “Turning Points,” a Podcast Series Helping People Navigate Mental Health

BOSTON, September 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Boston Globe Media and Point32HealthHarvard’s parent organization Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan, have teamed up again to launch the second season of their podcast series titled Turning points, focusing on important conversations about mental health. The five-episode series, created in collaboration with Studio/B – Boston Globe Media’s …

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How influencer mental health is impacted by social media

How influencer mental health is impacted by social media

If social media exuberance had a face, it would be Lilly Singh, Indian-Canadian comedian, influencer and television personality. The queen of YouTube rules the platform with an iron fist of humor, which she ruthlessly deploys to the most daring of her viewers; few come out unscathed. Singh has a solution to all of life’s ills. …

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Right-wing social media attack targets Akron Children’s Hospital

Akron Children’s Hospital is the latest target of right-wing social media accounts targeting children’s hospitals across the country that provide gender-affirming care. Last month, Boston Children’s Hospital, home to the first pediatric and adolescent transgender health program in the United States, became the primary target of far-right social media accounts, news outlets and bloggers. Last …

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Mental health benefits of replacing social media with exercise

Mental health benefits of replacing social media with exercise

Share on PinterestAccording to a study, spending less time on social media and more time exercising can improve emotional well-being and reduce stress. Thomas Barwick/Getty Images Replacing 30 minutes of social media use a day with physical activity can improve emotional well-being and reduce stress, according to German researchers. The benefits of exercise persisted for …

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