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September 2nd, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Family (4 Stories)

Sex ed bill aims to help parents with 'the talk'

02/07/2013 11:56am
Following the controversial sex education bill in last year's legislative session, which would have instructed schools to teach abstinence-only education, one Utah lawmaker is looking to change the discussion by making sex education training materials available for parents.

Kids 3 clicks away from adult content on YouTube, study says

02/07/2013 11:59am
Researchers found that videos featuring violence, guns or nudity, mature TV shows, and car crash compilations, among other types of mature content, took three clicks to view, on average. They said tech-savvy children combined with YouTube's "deliberately intuitive" design mean that without parental controls, children are at risk.

Have You Seen This? Arise and dance

02/07/2013 1:12pm
Baby Amaya can sleep through anything except her favorite song, for which she created an alternative dance.

Being hit by an SUV will change your resolve on distracted driving

02/07/2013 8:25pm
The SUV hit me, launching me into the air before my body slammed back down onto the grocery store parking lot. Distracted driving. We've all seen it. Most of us have been guilty of it. At what point do we decide that it's simply time to stop?
 
   
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