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Why the British Couldn’t Watch TV at 6PM

At 6 PM every day televisions in Britain would go blank. The next one hour would be frantic. Parents would scoop their kids off the living room couch, ...


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NYC Declares Social Media a Health Hazard

New York City Health Commissioner Ashwin Vasan, acting under the authority of mayor Eric Adams, recently issued a public health advisory designating social ...


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The Addictive Nature of Online Gaming

In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially recognized "internet gaming disorder" (IGD). Addicts play pathologically. They can't ...


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Delay Giving Kids Phones for Happier Lives

How old should a child be before getting their first cell phone? There’s only one correct answer if you want them to lead happier, more successful ...


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Are Kids Sad and Stressed Because Their Parents Are?

In a New York Times editorial, David French notes the frequent conversations he has with parents of teenagers about the teen mental health crisis in America. ...


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Family Dinners Are Key to Children’s Health

For busy families, gathering together for dinner can feel like an impossibility. Children could use it now more than ever. Robin Black-Burns’s teenage ...


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Crass Mob Mentality Traced to Counterculture Comedy

Washington Post columnist Ty Burr believes the current American political climate is characterized by a sense of crass rule-breaking and flagrant boorishness. ...


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Typical Family Spends Only 6 Hours a Week Together

The typical family spends just six hours together a week, thanks in part to long working hours and time spent diving down the digital device rabbit hole. ...


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Many Now Reside in Their Illusions

For decades television, and recently the internet and social media, have taken a strong foothold on people's minds, shaping perceptions, opinions, ...


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The Privacy Loophole in Your Doorbell

The week of Thanksgiving, Michael Larkin, in Hamilton, Ohio, answered a phone call. It was the local police, and they wanted footage from Larkin’s ...


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