Parenting in the Digital Age
| May 28, 2015
Some researchers have begun to look into the ways technology can affect attention spans, mental health, and physical health. And child safety advocates worry about how to best protect children in an era where everything seems to be public knowledge.
This program originally aired on August 27, 2013.
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