Last week's question: A new study has found that the more hours Facebook users logged on the social network, the more their sense of happiness, well-being and actual physical health declined, partly because seeing other people’s glorified versions of their lives makes users feel depressed and isolated. Please come up with a medical term to describe this social media-induced malady.

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RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Traumatic post disorder"
David Stoner, Mt. Pleasant, Mich.

SECOND PLACE: "Instagrim"
John Hall, Milton, Fla.

THIRD PLACE: "Dislikesia"
Elinor Elphick, Bonita, Calif.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Posting traumatic stress disorder"
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, N.Y.

"Post-Post 'em Depression"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pa.

"Uber achiever envy"
Kathy El-Assal, Middleton, Wis.

"Dreaddit"
Jonathan Sternberg, Eugene, Ore.

"Clickin' pox"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vt.

"Low selfie-esteem"
Michael Rouse, Troy, Mich.

"I-just-read-your-post traumatic stress disorder"
Gabby Gerdis, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.

"Instagloom"
John Madden, Carson, Calif.

"I-solation"
Andrew Tuite, Chicago

"Glumblr"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Browse Beaten"
Mike Sweet, Euclid, Ohio

"@bitter"
Kimberly Bazar, Hillsborough, Calif.