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  • Facebook logo offers social comfort
  • Facebook logo offers social comfort
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Facebook logo offers social comfort

In a hyper-connected world, fending off loneliness is harder than ever, driven by a constant fear of missing out. Studies have claimed that due to this, Facebook makes us feel more lonely - but new research suggests just the logo can actually make people feel more connected.

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