The average teen spends more time online than they do sleeping
An entire generation of kids is growing up with social media, and it’s affecting them in more ways that most think. NBC's Jacob Soboroff speaks with students at one middle school who are studying the effects of their smartphone use on their daily wellbeing, as well as their privacy. He also discusses screen addiction with Dr. David Rosenberg, chief psychiatrist at Children’s Hospital of Michigan.
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Middle schoolers discuss impact of judging less and accepting more06:40
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