Millennials are preferring to chat online instead of face-to-face conversations, according to a study conducted by Cancer Research UK. Around 44 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds expressed that they felt more comfortable using social media, messaging apps and online mode to chat with people they didn't personally know, and only 37 percent felt comfortable speaking face to face.
Studies show that young adults with increased social media use tend to feel more socially isolated when compared to those who use it less. While social media can be beneficial in building up contacts, the social isolation that goes along with restricting conversations to the online mode has been long associated with increased mortality, the research said.
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