Mom's 'Ignore No More' app forces kids to call their parents back
from CBC News
It's a commonly held belief that today's youth are constantly staring at screens — those on the smartphones in the palms of their hands, in particular. Whether they're texting, tweeting, tumbling or even (hey, let's be optimistic) doing their homework at the dinner table, many teens are reluctant ever to put their precious phones away — not even for sleep's sake.
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