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Mandy Morgan
Mandy Morgan is an enterprise intern for the Deseret News, reporting on values in the media. She is a true-blue Aggie, studying Journalism and Political Science at Utah State University, and hails from Highland, Utah.

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About three out of four teenagers own cell phones, and nearly one in those four, ages 12 to 17, owns a smartphone. The question for parents has developed from what to do if a child gets a phone, to what to do w...
One particular topic of discussion that continues to evolve and grow increasingly prominent in discussion at each LDS General Conference is media, in all of its mediums — television, film, and especially ...
Social media sites are for making all kinds of connections, and connections of the marital kind are becoming more common. There are both negative and positive effects social media has on these kinds of relation...
The study of well-being has been of relevance to people for centuries. To the surprise of many analysts and leaders who focus entirely on traditional economic indicators to gauge the well-being of certain peopl...
A cup of confidence, a dash of color and a heap of modesty is the recipe for many in the fashion world today. That is, if a host of new fashion bloggers, stylists and online magazine writers have anything to do...
Though perfectionistic parenting can raise a child's personal perfectionism, it can also make for more anxious children, with little to no improvement in performance, according to a study published in the Journ...
With various media content so easily available in today's world from computer monitors to palm-held devices, parents must educate their children about what is appropriate to consume.
The obesity of a father may lend itself to an unhealthy life for his children and can give them greater chances of developing certain types of cancer, according to a recent study from Duke University Medical Ce...
There are more pressures on teen girls in today's world than ever before. Parents, peers, media, society and most importantly, themselves. They are expected to participate in extracurriculars, perform well acad...
Online advertisements and sites regularly visited by mass audiences are more likely to contain malware and pose online security threats than pornography, pharmaceutical and gambling sites, according to Cisco's ...