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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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A recent study found people worked an average of 10 more minutes every day in 2014 than the year before, but also found more time to sleep and watch more TV.
New research from Brad Wilcox on red versus blue models and connection to family stability involved a look at counties and found an even stronger connection for heavily red areas in raising children in more sta...
Twenty states are considering shared parenting for parents after separation or divorce as part of a reform in family courts. There are many ways fathers, and those who support them, are trying to even things ou...
YouTube has more than one billion users and hundreds of education channels. Many charismatic educators on these channels have many child — and adult — fans watching and learning. Is YouTube educati...
Distraction is a way of life in today's world of fast-paced technology and constant news updates. Looking at any updates coming in on a phone or tablet requires looking down or over, and even this seemingly ins...
ZEFR, a YouTube marketing and data company, released a study on Thursday that shares research on the massive amount of pregnancy and parenting tips shared on YouTube, and how YouTube is becoming a huge resource...
There is a distinct line between northern and southern states in the U.S., and this time, it's about family structure. Research has found that the North is more likely to host children who grow up with two pare...
June is Internet Safety Month and parents should not only be checking themselves on Internet usage, but should be making sure that children are being safe in using the Web on computers or mobile devices as well...
A recently released study found that strength-based parenting, where parents find and deliberately work to build their children's strengths, can help children better cope with stress and become more resilient.
Maryland officials are beginning to make the lines on free-range parenting more clear and have decided that children who play outside are not neglected, unless they are harmed or face a substantial risk of harm...