by Anna Maltby
A study being presented next month at the International Communication Association Conference in Seattle notes that Facebook time could draw your attention toward negative feelings about your physique.
The researchers surveyed female college students between April 15 and May 15 of last year -- AKA prime time to check out your super-fit friends' toned and tan Spring Break photos -- and asked them about Facebook, body image and habits related to weight, dieting and exercise. They found that for the for the 86 percent of college women who want to lose weight, more time spent on Facebook related to more attention to physical appearance and more negative feelings about their body. (Women who did not want to lose weight didn't report either of those types of feelings, FYI.)
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