MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Some school districts in Minnesota are urging parents to
talk to their teens about a popular Netflix series that includes graphic scenes
of sexual assault and suicide.

School officials and mental health experts are concerned the ``13 Reasons Why''
series about a 17-year-old girl who takes her own life could trigger dangerous
thoughts and actions by vulnerable teens.

District officials in Anoka-Hennepin, Lakeville, Edina, Eden Prairie and others have sent information to parents to help them talk to their children about the series and the
difficult topics it addresses.

Anoka-Hennepin spokesman Jim Skelly says district officials have noted an
uptick in self-injuries among students that might be related to the show.