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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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Technological advances, which have changed the way everyone communicates, and a growing popularity among college students to learn American Sign Language have removed even more obstacles to the deaf community a...
Recent surveys have found women in the millennial generation are more likely to plan for pauses in their careers and professional lives, as opposed to entirely giving up working or choosing to work full-time, t...
A new study has found that millennial parents are more likely to report their children are their best friends and decision-making in their family is more shared between parents and kids, instead of a traditiona...
A study found that having a pet fish to feed helped children with Type 1 diabetes remember to check their glucose and take shots daily. Pets have also been found to help prevent getting allergies and can help a...
Recent studies have found that parents spending quality time with kids is more important than how much time they spend together. However, other data indicate parents only spend a few minutes each day deliberate...
It's that time when families jump into cars, RVs and planes to head around the nation and world for several days or weeks of fun away from home. And then there are those families who choose extended travel: mon...
Nothing is harder for kids to adjust to than moving into the teenage years. Adding to the emotional rollercoaster of puberty and changing bodies and minds, kids have to move from elementary school life to middl...
On June 18, the Supreme Court ruled that indirect testimonies of children can be used in abuse cases.
Brett and Kate McKay married in their early 20s, and 10 years later they wrote about the advantages of tying the knot earlier in life rather than later.
A recent BYU study found that children can recognize pride in others by the age of 4, but it takes until age 5 to recognize it in themselves. Complex emotions like pride and optimism take longer for children to...