It was associated with increased emotional dysregulation in kids.
A note written on behalf of a 17-year-old boy said: “Anything, as he’s used to getting nothing.”
“There is a need to educate people from a young age to protect themselves from common cybersecurity threats."
“In today’s ever busy world, we’re urging parents to take just 15 minutes each day to re-charge their batteries."
“Unused and expired medications are a public safety issue and pose health risks to children."
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