Stars including Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga and JLo have jumped on board the no-makeup bandwagon to help drive healthier beauty standards.
Sure, social media has its harmful side – but apps like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat can have a really positive effect on your life, too.
Think that relationship compatibility quiz on your social media feed is harmless fun? It might be – but it could also be putting you in harm’s way.
You won’t find Facetuned photos on Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou’s social media channels – and there is a really important reason for that.
To her 1.5 million social media followers, Steph Claire Smith is a beacon of health and fitness – and her approach is refreshingly simple.
A little body love can go a long way to helping us lead a healthier, happier and more active life.
If you want to make new friends you should leave flashy status symbols at home, suggests new research. Here’s why less really is more.
Insta-famous friends Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw are no strangers to the downsides of social media. Now they want to help other girls rise above the pressures of living…
Jingle and mingle without turning the ho ho ho into oh no!
We often hear about the downsides of social media for children and teens, however there are two sides to the coin argues Technology Expert Dr Joanne Orlando.
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