Mobile applications have provided space for young people to build new relationships and express themselves, through a variety of social media platforms, apps, and digital content platforms. However, applications can play even larger roles in young people’s lives, by giving them the ability to have more control of their health.
Applications have proved useful in helping young people manage their health. No, I don’t mean pricey tech watches or self-diagnosing through Mayo Clinic’s online library —though the tool could be useful in putting young people in contact with providers. From meditation guides, to habit trackers, apps have become useful ways to supplement both young people’s mental and physical health.
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