04/30/2013 8:10amParents need to do a better job keeping tabs on what their kids see on YouTube, counselors say, especially with dangerous and risky challenges flooding the channels. However, some challenges may seem harmless are silly, so it may be difficult to convince teens not to take on these challenges.
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