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  • For health advice, mum still knows best
  • For health advice, mum still knows best
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For health advice, mum still knows best

Teens are more connected than any other age group (not to mention notoriously cagey), so you might assume they’d rely on the internet for advice on their health. But a study shows that while they conduct research on the web, their parents remain their most trusted sources.

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