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Social media data needed for 'harm' research, say doctors
Leading UK psychiatrists say they will never understand the risks and benefits of social media use on children's mental health unless companies hand over their data to researchers.
Social media use 'disrupting teen sleep and exercise'
Using social media isn't directly harming teenagers — but it can reduce the time they spend on healthy activities, such as sleeping and exercising, a study suggests.
England needs three million new social homes by 2040, says  report
England must launch the biggest council and social house building drive in its history to rescue millions of people from a future in dangerous, overcrowded or unsuitable homes, a cross-party commission told the government.
Young highly skeptical of UK social mobility
Young people in the UK are highly skeptical about advancement being a reality, according to a survey from the relaunched Social Mobility Commission.
Do schools help or hinder social mobility?
Do schools help social mobility and fairness? Or do they give even more advantages to the better-off?
'I hid my baby from social services in case they took it away'
It is every mother's worst nightmare — that someone might take away their baby.
Germany's Social Democrats want pension guarantees to 2040
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, a Social Democrat, threatened to make pensions a central theme in the next national elections in 2021 unless Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives agree to guarantee pension levels until 2040.
Social responsibility ‘can’t be forced’ on academics
Academics and universities should not be forced to prove that they help local communities, and it is better to build a consensus with governments about the best way to instill social responsibility, a minister has said.
Social isolation puts elderly at health risk
One in five elderly adults in the US is socially isolated from family or friends, increasing their risks for poor mental and physical health, as well as higher rates of mortality, according to a University of Michigan study.

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