HOUSTON — Parents of teens spend just as much time with screens as their kids, according to one study. Researchers studied 1,800 parents with kids ages 8-18 and found that parents spend an average of more than nine hours a day using all electronic devices — nearly all of which was 'personal screen media' rather than work-related. That's about the same as teens.
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