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teens living in "hands-on" households (TV, Internet
and music choices monitored, along with after-school, evening
and weekend activities), 47 percent reported having an excellent
relationship with their fathers and 57 percent reported an excellent
relationship with their mothers. By comparison, only 13 percent
of teens with "hands-off" parents reported an excellent
relationship with their fathers and 24 percent reported the
same with their mothers. The survey, from The National Center
on Addiction and Substance Abuse, looked at 1,000 American teens
between the age of 12 and 17.