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Texting study shows level of teen activity

Texting study shows level of teen activity
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BOISE - Parents may want to pay closer attention to their teens' texting.

A study in Pediatrics looked at 410 children ages 12 to 14 and found those who sext or send sexual messages or pictures are more likely to engage in other sexual behaviors.

It's the second study to have the exact same outcome.
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