Scientists analyzed 18 million tweets posted during the 2015 Baltimore protests.
"We all need to be better at distinguishing fake from real news."
Sentiments expressed on Facebook and Twitter may be associated with certain weather patterns, study finds.
A new study finds that smartphone use can be similar to other types of substance use.
New analysis finds the impact of tweeting may be much greater than most of us imagine.
Carolina Milanesi and Techpinions surveyed 1,000 Americans about their feelings regarding Facebook.
Emoji characters with adapted skin tones are used positively and are rarely abused, a Twitter study has shown,
With just 10 likes, a computer model fundamentally knows you better than a colleague.
The results may convince you to #DeleteFacebook — if not in protest, then out of concern for your health.
Study finds a correlation between excessive social media use and three of the “Big Five” personality traits.
German researchers have linked narcissism to Facebook addiction disorder https://t.co/vE8u77HPXZ #narcissism #facebook
Researchers uncovered an anxiolytic that may reverse the effects of alcoholism https://t.co/PYjX7FLoEA #mentalhealth #tandospirone
Caffeine intake a reliable biomarker of early-stage Parkinson’s, study found https://t.co/PIM3e3kb2J #Parkinsonsdisease #caffeine