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Does a tweet have the same effect as a kiss?

Last year, neuroeconomist Paul J. Zak, a professor at Claremont University (USA), conducted a series of studies taking blood samples from some subjects before and after using Facebook and Twitter. The analyzes showed that, after the use of social networks, the amount of oxytocin or "love hormone" increased , the same that we generate when we exchange caresses, kisses and hugs. In addition, the levels of stress hormones decreased after sharing tweets or exchanging messages on Facebook.

Among the conclusions of the study, Zak highlighted that people with higher levels of the aforementioned hormone are more generous and more likely to make donations.

How social networks influence the self-image of adolescents and how to help them as...

Social networks have become an important part of the lives of many people, especially adolescents. And it is that these platforms offer them a space in which they can show themselves to others, playing a little (or a lot) with reality to show the image they want.

Tell me how you use social media and I'll tell you what your parenting...

Social networks have changed many paradigms of our lives and the way we behave with our children is not exempt from it. If you are an active parent on these platforms and you are used to sharing content in which your children are present, it can give clear clues to your parenting style, or at least that is what a study carried out by the University of Bloomington reveals.

Support networks: where to go if you have suffered a gestational, perinatal or neonatal...

Losing a child is, without a doubt, the greatest pain that parents can experience. However, when this loss occurs during pregnancy, childbirth or a few days after birth, society insists on making it invisible, often hiding the terrible suffering of families.

The dangerous fashion that has gone viral: fake braces

Experts warn of how dangerous it is to place false braces. There are tutorials to make them at home with snaps and wires.

Experts warn of the dangers of the new viral challenge: eat frozen honey

Eating frozen honey is a challenge that has become a trend, and experts warn of the many dangers it entails for health.