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5 wholesome activities today's teens are missing out on because they're always looking at their phones.

Today's teens, like the rest of us, are always on their phones. Everywhere they go, teenagers are Snapchatting, Facebooking, Facetiming, taking selfies and posting pics of their latte foam art to Instagram. It's a complete and total nightmare! Look at how technology is destroying these teens' lives. This is nothing like when I was a teenager in the late '90s and early 00's.
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