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Heavy Screen Time Appears To Impact Child’s Brains, But It May Not Be A Bad Thing

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Arvindh Yuvaraj

13-Dec-18 12:00

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Heavy Screen Time Appears To Impact Child’s Brains, But It May Not Be A Bad Thing

How much screen time is too much for your kids? A new study shows that kids are showing different patterns in brain scans when exposed to heavy usage of smartphones and tablets. But scientists say that they don’t know yet if this is actually a bad thing. Have we jumped into a conclusion that on screen time for kids are a bad thing and creates anxiety and depression?


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