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Last year, 36% of kids ages 10 or 11 owned a cell phone. That number has more than doubled since 2005. Boys are more likely than girls to perform “data-intensive” activities with their phones, such as browsing the Web and downloading games. (Mediamark, NY Times)

• Before heading to the ER with their sick children, more parents are now logging in. One in eight parents now checks the Internet for medical information before plunking down an emergency-room copay. (Reuters)

 Quick Stats

• Only 4% of adults ages 25 to 34 in the U.K. believe that the most important part of Christmas is the religious meaning. (Church of England Newspaper)

• According to a new study, preschoolers who have trouble resisting temptation and delaying gratification are more likely than their more-patient peers to become adults who lack self-control. (HealthDay)


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