Apparently This Social Media App Is Worst for Our Mental Health?

Put the selfie stick down... NOW!

God, I love Instagram.  Honestly, that's where I've been finding a lot of breaking celebrity news.  Like Pink, Beyonce, and Ian Somerhalder/Nikki Reed announced their pregnancies on Instagram.  That, and we got Harry Styles' new album name AND his tour lineup through Instagram.

But, apparently all that glitters on Insta is not gold. 

Those smart Brits from the Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) triggers the most feelings of anxiety, depression, self-identity and negative body image.

Okay, true... there are a ton of Instagram models on the site and everyone seems to be snapping pictures of their awesome vacation.  So, yeah, I kinda get that.

But, apparently, these feelings are magnified in young people.  Especially young women because, when on Instagram, they'll "compare themselves against unrealistic, largely curated, filtered and Photoshopped versions of reality."  Okay, yeah, that too.  How many times have the Kardashians been accused of uploading photoshopped pictures of themselves?

So, the RSPH recommends that, in order to combat "feelings of inadequacy and anxiety" in teens is "by placing a warning on images that have been digitally manipulated."   You think that'll help?

As for the 2nd worst app for mental health, it's Snapchat.  Which is then followed by Facebook and then Twitter.

As for the best app?  It's YouTube.  Why?  Because that's where the cute cat videos are.