New research suggests staying away from social media is not the only thing that protects kids from the spread of the virus.
While social media may seem harmless to kids, a new study suggests it could be dangerous to adults.
“Social media is a great way to connect with other people.
It’s an excellent way to be a kid,” said Jennifer A. Schatz, an associate professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a senior author of the study.”
It is not safe to use it for other reasons,” Schatz told CNN.
The research, conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University, analyzed the relationship between the frequency of social media use and a person’s likelihood of developing a severe viral illness, such as pneumonia or coronavirus.
“This study found that people who use social media regularly tend to have lower levels of viral infection than people who don’t,” Schatsatz said.
“In other words, people who are more likely to use social networks tend to be more exposed to the virus, and people who have a higher exposure to the spread also tend to live longer.”
The study focused on the social network profiles of 3,300 adults and children between ages 9 and 15.
The researchers found that the number of social networks used by people with severe viral infections were significantly higher than those without.
They also found that, overall, people with a severe infection were more likely than those who did not to use multiple social networks.
The study was published in the journal PLoS ONE.