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Facebook and Instagram parent Meta is facing pressure to make its apps safer for teens. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Under growing pressure, Meta vows to make it harder for teens to see harmful content

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Are smartphones safe for tweens? Parents should be aware of the risks, a screen consultant advises. Elva Etienne/Getty Images hide caption

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So your tween wants a smartphone? Read this first

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DELRAY, FL - MAY 23, 2022: (L-R) Alexandra Iriarte, Elizabeth George, Janaya Stephens, Paris Jackson, Mario Guillaume and Keanna Tyson during a group session in their grief support group also knows as Steve's Club held during school hours at Atlantic High School in Delray Beach, Florida on May 23, 2022. Saul Martinez for NPR hide caption

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Losing a parent can derail teens' lives. A high school grief club aims to help

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