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Joyable is an app that cures social anxiety

Apps promoting physical health are numerous, but those tackling mental health are less common. Using cognitive behavioural therapy, Joyable is an app that seeks to redress this balance, dealing with the crippling issue of social anxiety. But can it really help people overcome their problems?

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