A recent study conducted by CyberSentinel in the UK reveals that teenagers spend more than three-hours a week online, and two hours dedicated to viewing pornography and another hour surfing plastic surgery Web sites.

From the study, 1,000 teenagers between the ages of 13 and 15 were polled regarding their online habits and Web site frequency.

According to the results, teens spend nearly 87 hours per year viewing pornography and more than 50 hours a year learning about cosmetic-surgery procedures regarding breast implants, bum lifts and collagen implants.

Surveyed teens also admitted to spend at least three hours each week on chat programs and two hours per week on YouTube. Meanwhile, weight loss and diet sites took up about an hour and a half of the teenage week.

Source: nbabayarea

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