Another interesting finding? The people posting hundreds of selfies, bragging about their latest marathon or cross fit class and talking about their healthy gluten-free diet scored highest for narcissism.
Have you ever secretly checked your partner’s social media accounts? According to a survey, you’re not alone.
Dr. Josh Davis, author of Two Awesome Hours, spoke with Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
La Salle University’s Director of their Counseling and Family Therapy Master’s Program, Dr. Donna Tonrey, spoke with Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Do you know all of your teens Facebook friends? Chances are, neither does your teen.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature that will allow video chatting on its Messenger app.
The social networking site has added a message at the top of its news feed urging its members to donate funds to help the hundreds of thousands of people affected by Nepal’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake.
Facebook is offering its “Safety Check” feature. Google, which lost a senior employee in an avalanche as a result of the earthquake, has activated its “Person Finder” tool.
Thirty-year-old Jessica L. Dakins was reportedly listed as the week’s Most Wanted in various local newspapers on warrants for failure to appear in court.
Forget glossy fashion mags; Facebook is the new source of your body woes.
“Tebow mania” is once again all over social media, after news that the quarterback is headed to Philadelphia.
The social media giant remains the most used social media site among teens ages 13 to 17, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
Rich reviews the case of a man arrested for having sex with his wife, a 65 year-old woman in Germany that is pregnant with quadruplets, and a TSA screener in Denver fired for groping travelers. He talked with author Adam Goodheart, Steffon Josey-Davis, who is hoping for a pardon from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and Joel Mathis from Philadelphia Magazine.
Do you have a teen that is practically attached to their smartphone? According to a new study from Pew Research Center, they’re not alone.
Researchers noted, however, that the findings do not indicate that Facebook actually causes depression.