New Film Explores Adolescence In A Social Media WorldThe film "Eighth Grade" has it's young star, 15-year-old Elsie Fisher, thinking a lot about her own life online (3:17). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 16, 2018
Survey Shows College Students' Challenges Before GraduatingThe survey shows students view the top challenges are time management and anxiety, followed by feeling overwhelmed by managing responsibilities and working too many hours (2:46). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 15, 2018
Tip For Parents Of Teen DriversThe time between Memorial Day and Labor Day can be the deadliest when it comes to teenagers driving. Larry Allen from Honest-1 Auto Care shares some tips for parents on educating kids about safe driving (3:12). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 6, 2018
'Gaming Disorder’ Added To List Of Mental Health ConditionsNot all psychologists agree that gaming disorder is worthy of inclusion in the International Classification of Diseases (3:14). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 18, 2018
Survey: More Than Half Of Millennials Think They’ll Be MillionairesA survey by TD Ameritrade shows 53 percent of people between the ages of 21 and 37 expect to be a millionaire someday or they already are on, Matt Brickman reports (2:13). WCCO This Morning - June 13, 2018
Facebook Use Falling Among TeensA Pew Research Center survey shows 85 percent of kids 13 to 17 in the U.S. use YouTube. Instagram comes in second, followed by Snapchat (2:28). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 11, 2018
Graduating College Students' #1 Question: 'What's Next?'Avenica CEO Brian Weed talks with Heather Brown and Jason DeRusha about the career outlook for the class of 2018 (2:34). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 16, 2018
Average Babysitter Rate In U.S. Is $16.43 Per HourSan Francisco is the most expensive at $17.34 per hour, and Phoenix is the least expensive at $11.83 for an hour of babysitting (2:31). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 16, 2018
How Parents Should Talk About STIs With Their KidsDr. Gigi Chawla from Children's Minnesota shares some tips with Jason DeRusha and Heather Brown (2:45). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 16, 2018
YouthLink Opens Apartment Building For Homeless Teens In Downtown MinneapolisA $17 million apartment complex specifically for young adults without a home had its grand opening on Tuesday, Angela Davis reports (2:41). WCCO 4 News at 6 - May 15, 2018
Many Americans Suffer Loneliness, Especially Younger OnesThe survey by health service company Cigna showed that nearly half of Americans say they sometimes or always feel alone (3:03). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 1, 2018
Study: Pay Teens To Not Use Cell Phones While DrivingA new study by the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine shows that financial incentives such as auto-insurance apps that monitor driving behavior may encourage teens to stop cellphone use while they're driving (3:17). WCCO Mid-Morning - April 24, 2018
Give Out This Week To Help Homeless LGBT YouthMike Augustyniak and Jennifer Mayerle talk with ARISE Project's Jillian Hiscock (). WCCO Saturday Morning - April 14, 2018
For 11 Years, Project Prom Has Been Helping Teens With Prom DressesProm season is almost here, and for 11 years, Project Prom has been giving away new and gently used dresses to teens who may not be able to afford an expensive dress. Project Prom founder, Jeni Asaba, shares (2:55). WCCO This Morning – March 13, 2018
College Students: Utilize Profs For Career GuidanceKylie Bearse and Jason DeRusha talk with relationship expert Carol Bruess (5:15). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 24, 2018
Food Sensitivities Might Be This Holiday's Most Sensitive TopicOne strategy is to ask family members who are on restrictive diets to make their own dish to share. Or, tweak a recipe so everyone can eat it (2:46). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 21, 2017
What Parents Should Know About Tattoos, PiercingsTattoos and piercings can be a way for kids to express themselves, but parents may not be ready for their kids to make this kind of commitment. Dr. Gigi Chawla from Children's Minnesota discusses the trend (3:30). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 1, 2017
More Americans Living SingleA new report by the Pew Research Center shows just over 42 percent of adults in the U.S. live without a spouse or partner. The trend is especially true with younger adults: 60 percent of them under 35 do not have a partner (2:58). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 12, 2017
Amazon Targets Teen ShoppersTeens ages 13 through 17 will be able to use an Amazon household account to shop using the Amazon app. But their parents will be notified by text or e-mail and can approve or deny each purchase (3:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 12, 2017
Teens Taking Their Sweet Time Getting To Adult StuffResearchers looked at how often today's teens engaged in adult activities: things like drinking, working, driving and having sex, and they found teens in the 2010s are taking longer to become involved in these kinds of activities (3:09). WCCO Mid-Morning - September 20, 2017
Study: They Don't Grow Up So Fast These DaysA new study looked at how often today's young people engaged in adult activities, Jason DeRusha reports (1:27). WCCO This Morning - September 19, 2017
Pediatrics Academy Issues Tattoo Guidelines For TeensThe report said teenagers should understand tattoos and piercings might hurt their chances of getting a job (2:27). WCCO Mid-Morning - September 18, 2017
Officials Warn Parents About 'Tinder For Teens'There's a new app that has police departments across the country warning parents, Melissa Brennan reports (1:45). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Aug. 19, 2017
Study: Older Teens More Likely To Use Phones While DrivingA study this past week surprisingly revealed older teens may be at greater risk on the road, Kim Johnson reports (0:58). WCCO This Morning – Aug.7, 2017

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