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New Social Media Features Support Users With Eating Disorders – PCMag AU

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Social media has long been the bane of anyone with less-than-stellar self esteem. But three popular platforms are working to change that.
In honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week in the US, Instagram, Pinterest, and TikTok each launched new policies and features aimed at providing support for users affected by negative body image or an eating disorder.
While Instagram outwardly rejects content promoting or encouraging self-harm and eating disorders (and…

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