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Social media, self-esteem and suicide: Nations with more corruption demonstrate more social media, less suicide

In nations where corruption is rife, it seems that citizens these days find an escape from the everyday problems that trickle down to their lives by using online social media more than those elsewhere. Research also suggests that these two factors -- more corruption, more social networking -- also correlate with lower suicide rates.
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