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Overusing social media may hurt love life later on
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
CHAPEL HILL – Social media allows adolescents to stay in constant contact with peers, but may keep young people, particularly boys, from developing key interpersonal skills they need to successfully manage some aspects of their relationships the rest of their lives. A new study by researchers at the University North Carolina at Chapel Hill and N.C.
 
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Financial justice a key focus at NAACP convention

With 2,200 branches in every state, and added presence on 60 military installations – five

PlayMakersí Summer Youth Conservatory showcases students in musical

CHAPEL HILL – A cast of student actors from 14 Triangle-area schools are performing the

Fathers Forever to celebrate new digs

After years of restoring responsible fatherhood, Fathers Forever is settling into new, permanent