The research also found that a third of Brits' thoughts on death have changed since the start of the pandemic.
The form came complete with a meme and multiple choice questions.
Users say sharing their stories helps process trauma, but some worry the videos could be triggering for those who don't expect to see them.
A new brand of short and snappy hot takes is taking over—and making their young creators fairly rich and very popular.
It involves teenagers are teaching each other kegels, an exercise previously the reserve of older women.
Your life is a movie and you’re the main character. Now edit that montage.
Psychotherapists are now fusing mental health conversations with trends, filters, catchy songs and challenges on TikTok and Instagram to engage with the Gen Z audience.
When an adult says something like, "The kids will save us,” they're shirking their own responsibility to make change now.
Young people out of work from COVID-19 are falling victim to controversial multi-level marketing schemes.
Young people are turning to their favorite social media platform to stand out, but viral novelty only goes so far.