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Dr. Vanessa Lapointe

The impacts of social media on our kids emotional health

    Social media has become a normal part of everyday life for teens growing up.  Vanessa takes a deep dive into how this impacts the emotional health of our kids and what we can do to make sure they stay connected in the physical world.

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