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When Kids Are Home From School, Pornography Searches Increase 4700%

Like it or not, teens are using their devices to access pornography on a regular basis in today's technology driven society. Where previous generations were cautious of a stolen Playboy magazine, current parents are looking for guidance on how to shield their teens from the ever available, internet pornography.
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All Young Cannabis Users Face Psychosis Risk

Illinois state lawmakers from Chicago are moving quickly toward the legalization of "recreational" marijuana. There are many good reasons to be alarmed. Not all the risks of such a policy is known. For example, we need to understand what role marijuana has in the development of psychiatric diseases, such as psychosis. New research suggests shows that "in adolescents, cannabis use is harmful."
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More Scandalous Sex Ed

Before the dust has settled on a school sex ed controversy in Chicago, another outrageous sexuality “education” scandal has erupted, this time in Oregon. School personnel and students as young as 11 years-old from 16 school districts were invited to the annual Adolescent Sexuality Conference in Seaside, Oregon.
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