The content is about a study conducted by researchers from the University of California, revealing that online dating could be detrimental to people’s mental health. The researchers analyzed data from over 200,000 heterosexual individuals and found that those who used dating apps were more likely to have eating disorders, anxiety, and low self-esteem compared to non-users. They also discovered a correlation between the amount of time spent on dating apps and the severity of these mental health issues. The study suggests that the process of constantly evaluating potential partners based on superficial criteria can negatively impact users’ self-worth and lead to negative emotions. However, the researchers acknowledge that more research is needed to fully understand the relationship between online dating and mental health. They also recommend the development of interventions that promote healthy dating habits and psychological well-being.

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