Facebook research shows Instagram toxic for teen girls: WSJ

'Facebook reminds me of big tobacco, they know their product is damaging to people,' @joenbc says.

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'Facebook reminds me of big tobacco, they know their product is damaging to people,' joenbc says.

The Morning Joe panel discusses new WSJ reporting on company documents from Facebook showing how its own research concluded that Instagram causes significant teen mental-health issues that Facebook plays down in public.

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