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How social media has impacted mental health in teens during the Covid pandemic 

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According to an NBC News poll, 54 percent of parents say the time their kids spent on social media increased during the Covid-19 pandemic, which some teens and experts say could have a negative effect on their mental health. News NOW is joined by a panel of teens to discuss how the pandemic has changed their relationship with social media and how to create healthy online boundaries.