Article By Western Governors University Members of Generation Z, kids and young adults born starting in 1997, are coming of age in a society unlike the one in which their parents and elders had to grow up. Many reports suggest that U.S. teenagers are more sheltered, more pressured to succeed, and more anxious and depressed…

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Article By Markham Heid   In the article “There’s Worrying New Research About Kids’ Screen Time and Their Mental Health,” Markham Heid discusses recent research on the consequences of our screen-filled society. One study cited concluded that children and teens ages 2 to 17 who have over seven hours of daily screen time are twice…

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