Expert gives tips to protect youths from online hazards

05/31/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

David Schwebel, a psychology professor, says that parents should regularly monitor their children's Internet activities, participate in such activities to teach children what contents are appropriate or inappropriate, and watch out for signs of risky online behaviors. Parents should also limit their children's time online, Schwebel said. "Sitting on the Internet does not burn calories. Children need to be out running, playing and active."

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