It has often been said that people who are happy in their relationships will post about the same. It has now been unveiled that there is scientific evidence about the same.
According to a group of researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, it has now been confirmed that people who are contend and happy in their relationships are likely to share the same on Facebook.
Automaker Nissan has pulled its ads from the Facebook site because of content issues. The ads were apparently appearing on pages of the popular social network alongside offensive content, especially content which encouraged violence towards women.
According to a new study, it has been found that more the number of users in the same locality with the same interest the lesser is the obesity rate. This was confirmed after correlating the data on Facebook user's interests in towns and cities.
A study conducted by a team of researchers at the Cornell University has been claiming that Facebooking is a thing that could lead to positive results.
Many previous studies had claimed that the popular social networking utility could be a reason for stress and break-ups faced by people. Also, self-obsession and other negative effects could be suffered as a result.
According to a new study taken out by a group of researchers from the University of Portsmouth, it has been revealed that Facebook is a great way to lighten up mood when one is feeling sad.
The study has great importance as it is the first one which has talked about the positive effects of Facebook on people. Otherwise, a number of researchers have talked about negative effects of Facebook on users.
According to recent news, hackers have attempted to spoil the Facebook page of the former US Secretary of State. The page was reported to post some private pictures and other comments about ex-president George Bush.
Facebook fired its chief executive and nearly half of its staff as a result of the blames of declining the user numbers on something that was once believed as a milestone in the path of success.
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