So-called parental control apps on smartphones might suck at actually protecting kids from iffy stuff on the internet, new preliminary research from the University of Central Florida suggests. And unsurprisingly, they also seem to drive a wedge between teens and parents.
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For as mainstream as marijuana is becoming, there are still some who are worried about the unforeseen consequences this new social acceptance has or could bring about - from cancer treatment scams to more car crashes. But a new review published this week in Addiction suggests that at least one of these worries hasn't come true: Teens aren't smoking more pot in places where it's become legal as a medicine.