Our objective in this article is to analyze studies with health interventions in adolescents supported by social media applications, essentially those aimed at promoting knowledge in the areas of nutrition, harmful consumption, and sexuality. We also aim to evaluate and measure the possible impact and effectiveness of these interventions. As a methodology, a preliminary summary of systematic and integrative reviews and some articles was carried out, using Internet searches in databases and scientific article repositories. The searches used certain keywords and preference was given to recent articles, including adolescent interventions that involved websites and applications where users created and shared content or participated in social networks.

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