New technology offer kids, teens options for private photo-

by Cecelia Kang | The Washington Post | March 13, 2013

In a Washington Post article about security measures and “cyber embarrassment,” CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, noted that kids and teens often feel a sense of invulnerability when using apps like Instagram, as opposed to when on websites like Facebook.
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Technology can have negative impact

by William Hankin | Cape May County Herald | March 3, 2013

William Hankin, MD, wrote a short piece about CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, and a keynote presentation he made at a conference in 2011.
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How to talk (really talk) to your kids

by Neil Swidey | The Boston Globe | March 1, 2013

CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, was interviewed for a Boston Globe article about how to talk to your kids amidst a barrage of technology. He suggests, among other things, using technology as a way for kids and parents to teach each other.
Read the full article at The Boston Globe.