2 teens killed in violent Montgomery County crash
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – Two teenagers, a 14-year-old and a 19-year-old, were killed Saturday in a violent, multi-vehicle crash in Celeveland while on their way home with their parents. Following the impact, the Toyota Camry spun into the right rear of a pick-up truck. Both teenagers had been sitting in the backseat of the Toyota Camry, which sustained major damage in the crash. Their father, the Toyota Camry driver, and their mother, another passenger, were released from the hospital overnight. The driver of the commercial van was also taken to a hospital with minor injuries.
‘Kidfluencers’ are targeting your children with junk food ads
In a study published in the Journal of Pediatrics, they looked at 418 YouTube videos, 179 of the videos featured food and drinks which popped up almost 300 times in those videos. Anyone searching for children and teen videos can easily be bombarded by social media stars playing with toys, fast food, coffee, etc. Even though for decades, TV characters haven’t been allowed to do things like this but there are no regulations for social media. Adults know that it’s going on, but we’re influenced by social media influencers who are paid to get endorsements,” Dr. McGee said. Dr. McGee said policymakers should consider banning all kinds of product placement in any children’s videos.