New research reveals that children are always digitally on. The Kaiser Family Foundation has just released a new study on the online lives of children and teenagers, and the statistics are simply astounding. America’s children and teenagers are now spending an average of more than 7 1/2 hours a day involved in electronic media. How do families cope with constant access to media? What measures should be taken to guard children from constant access to the digital world? On today’s program, Dr. Mohler notes that the key to helping children through issues of digital access is good parenting. Parents must engage with their children and give them boundaries over access to the digital devices they have.