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Cellphones Don't Raise Risk of Brain Tumors in Kids, Study Finds

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Put down that cell phone, child! It'll rot your brain and give you cancer!
No reason to put the fear of God into your iPhone-loving kid. We can't comment on the brain rot, but a new study does show that chil...
Researchers found kids with brain tumors don't use cellphones any more often than kids who are cancer-free.
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Helping Kids With Credit, From Suze Orman

Personal finance expert Suze Orman explains one reliable method to ensure solid credit for your children.
Don't Miss from Marlo Thomas: Smart Investing Suze hammers on a few simple, reliable guidelines for navigating the complexity of inv...
Personal finance expert Suze Orman explains one reliable method to ensure solid credit for your children.
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My 17-Year-Old is Addicted to Video Games!

Dear AdviceMama, Our family is trapped in video game hell. My son is 17, and the gaming is out of control. It has ruined our relationship, turning him into someone I don't even know who uses language that I can't believe is coming from him. ...
I've long believed that we don't understand how addictive video games can be to some people.
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Texas Study Shows Majority of Middle, High School Students Suspended or Expelled

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You don't mess with Texas, and, if you're in school there, you definitely don't wanna mess with the administration.
The New York Times reports a study by the Council of State Governments released earlier this we...
Also noted: Minority students faced harsher punishments more often than white students.
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Two-Thirds of Teen Novels Reference Sex, Study Finds

Credit: Amazon Wince when your teen wants to watch "Gossip Girl?" Shudder at the thought of your 15-year-old taking in movies like "American Pie"? Want to send the kids to the library or book store to find entertainment, instead? Turns...Sexual references go anywhere from innuendo to full-out intercourse.
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Binge Drinking More Damaging for Teen Girls Than Boys, Study Says

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Never mind getting sick, getting busted or getting hurt -- when teenage girls binge drink, they could be damaging their brains.
BBC News reports the brains of teen girls are especially prone to damage from a...
This could lead to issues when it comes to driving, playing sports, using maps or remembering how to get places.
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My 14 Year Old is Awful to Her Younger Sister!

Dear AdviceMama, My 14-year-old is always angry with her 11-year-old sister. She is also rude with me. She is very caring to others, especially little children, and is a good friend at school. It is hard for my younger daughter to watch he...
It's painful to watch anyone treat our child unkindly, but it's doubly difficult when one of our own children is inflicting the damage.
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TV Tells Kids Fame is the Most Important Thing in Life, Study Finds

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The most important thing in life is to be a good and kind person, to love yourself and others and take an active and inquisitive interest in the world arou ...
Whoa! Someone is watching reruns of "Mister Roge...
Fonzie, where are you when we need you?
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