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Young people 'feel anxiety and terror' using fitness apps
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30 July 2020
On 30 July 2020 BBC News reported:
Young people's use of phone apps to monitor and improve their health has led to 'obsessive behaviour, anxiety, and terror', a study has suggested. The Digital Health Generation said children as young as eight were using the internet as part of their quest for fitness, a six pack, or a thinner body. The survey noted the use of health and fitness apps could contribute to some young people over-exercising or engaging in harmful dietary practices.
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