In recent years, researchers have been able to track how often women use their internet to access pornography.
The National Geographic Channel and other news organizations have been asking mothers and their internet users about what they are viewing.
This study, conducted by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and published this week in the Journal of Sex Research, tracked the internet activity of more than 6,000 women, including mothers, and compared their porn viewing habits to the amount of time they spend online.
The researchers found that mothers were more likely to access porn when they were online, even when their children were younger than 10 months old.
But the data did not tell the full story.
Mothers who were not pregnant when the survey began, and who did not use their devices regularly, were also less likely to watch porn.
The study found that the more time mothers spent online, the less likely they were to watch pornographic content.
This is a finding that the researchers hope will shed light on how mothers spend their time with their children.
While internet use may not be a problem for most people, the research does suggest that it may be a risk factor for many parents.
And as the prevalence of internet porn continues to rise, the researchers suggest that parents should be aware of the risks of viewing porn online.
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The study’s findings will likely not have an immediate impact on parents.
In fact, many parents are using the internet to find new things to watch, and to meet new people.
And there’s no reason to believe that it will cause a problem, experts say.
“There’s no evidence that it causes any real mental health problems,” says Jennifer Lasky, a professor of psychology at the Ohio State University and a leading researcher on porn and parenting.
But there are some things to consider.
According to a study published in May in the journal Pediatrics, parents are more likely than the general population to use internet porn when their child is younger than 5.
In this study, researchers tracked over 3,000 US parents and their children from age 5 to age 11.
The participants were asked to identify which of the following six images they had viewed online at least five times in the previous year: a man masturbating, a woman kissing her boyfriend, a man and a woman in a pool, a boy and a girl kissing, a naked man and woman and a naked girl, a young boy and girl kissing and a young girl kissing.
Those who had seen porn at least three times in their lifetime were more than twice as likely to report using internet porn during their child’s first three years of life than those who did no porn at all.
(Parents were also more likely when their son or daughter was younger than five to report having used internet porn in the past year.)
These results support a study from 2011 that found that children who spent less time online were less likely than children who had more time to spend online to have high-risk behaviours like aggressive or antisocial behaviour.
And the findings from the 2011 study were replicated in another study in 2016.
But while the researchers found links between internet use and risk for certain kinds of internet behaviours, including aggressive or aggressive behaviour, the latest research finds that it is not clear if these links are causal.
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The authors of the new report didn’t say anything specific about how to prevent internet porn or pornography-related health problems in children.
But many parents use their phones and computers to find things on the internet that they want to watch.
This research suggests that, as parents, it is important to understand how they use the internet and to keep an eye out for any signs of problematic use.
“We want to make sure that we’re doing things that are safe for our children,” says Dr. Laskys.
“If they’re watching porn, then they need to be careful.”
The researchers acknowledge that their study focused on internet porn, which may be of concern to some parents, but it’s a problem that can be mitigated, the authors say.
According, the more parents are able to monitor their internet use, the safer their children will be.
“The more parents understand their internet habits, the better they will be able to protect their children,” Laskies says.
“I think the research is important because it helps us to make more informed decisions for our families, and it helps parents be more aware of their children’s online activities.”
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