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Screen time

We really don't need every update on the impeachment.
Guilt can make you a worse parent ... in case you didn't feel guilty enough.
It can be about breaking your own habits as much as theirs.
Doctors are recommending avoiding screen time for kids under two.
Screen time for kids with ASD is a complex issue, but a new study hopes to understand more.
Language ability, memory, and task completion are all affected, researchers found.
Many parents think screen time is to blame.
A new study links digital media use with a "modest" increase in symptoms.
Yes, you should definitely reduce your screen time.
Shying away from screen time in general could be a missed opportunity.
Minimizing screen time is still important, and there's a lot of evidence that when kids are younger than two it's important to keep it as close to zero as possible. For older kids, though, we also need to mitigate their screen use by addressing stereotyping and other problematic content and embracing active, social and creative experiences.
Fire up that "Grey's Anatomy."
Oh dear.
Alyson Schafer explains why we need to nourish our kids online with a balanced diet.
Children who have access to tablets or smartphones in their bedrooms get less sleep than children who do not have the devices
We already know about the dangers of texting and driving. And we're also aware of studies suggesting a link between text
The onward march of film technology neither harms children's cognitive abilities nor shortens their attention span in the
In office visits I ask routinely about "screen time" at home. Screen time encompasses any watching of a screen -- television, video games, movies, iPad use and the like. I am frequently blown away by the staggering number of hours our children spend in front of a screen.