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More teens and young adults — particularly girls and young women — are reporting being depressed and anxious, compared with comparable numbers from the mids. Suicides are up too in that time period, most noticeably among girls ages 10 to One hypothesis that has gotten a lot of traction is that with nearly every teen using a smartphone these days, digital media must take some of the blame for worsening mental health. But some researchers argue that this theory isn't well supported by existing evidence and that it repeats a "moral panic" argument made many times in the past about video games, rap lyrics, television and even radio, back in its early days.
The Sunday People meets the Exeter mum with a drastic "solution" to your relationship woes. KIND and easy to confide in, Charlie Rose offers to help solve your marriage problems — sometimes by sleeping with your husband. The mum-of-two is the picture of respectability as she packs off her teenage children to school and leaves her smart three-bedroom home for a day at the office.