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Strong links to depression for cyberbullied teens
Screen-Free Week: Families unplug to enjoy life without technology
Sharenting: Parents share their views on parenting in the age of social media
Do parents “oversharent” on social media?
E-cigarette laws just a smokescreen? Teens easily work around bans by buying e-cigarettes online
Screens over sleep? How screen time impacts sleep time for kids
Are doctor ratings websites the way of the future for choosing a physician?
Experts encourage parents to use “back-to-school” time to review health & safety with kids
Top 10 U.S. Children's Health Concerns in 2014
Media overload? Parents limit screen time for young kids
Pacifiers, blankies, and iPads? Screen time for young kids
10 years of Facebook: How has it impacted kids’ health?
Status update: Facebook allows teens to post publicly
Email advice from doctors: Convenient care at no cost?
How much would you pay for email advice from your child’s doctor?
Many tweens using social media despite age restrictions
How do parents choose their children’s doctor?
FTC updates COPPA: Did they address public concern?
Children’s apps: Privacy traps?
Do you know where your kids have been…online? Parenting in the age of smartphones & social media
Public supports more Internet safeguards to protect kids
Internet safeguards for kids: Upcoming report
Parents on social media: Likes and dislikes of sharenting
School violence, gun-related injuries in top 10 child health concerns in U.S.
Screening out screen time: Parents limit media use for young children
Email consultation: co-pay or no-pay?
How to select a child’s doctor? Parents prefer grapevine to online
Public supports expanded Internet safety requirements to protect kids
For youth sexting: Public supports education, not criminal charges
Internet predators, privacy and porn concern parents
In the age of 'sexting', parents weigh options to block inappropriate content
Parents want explanations, not scare tactics, from the media about children's health