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Less Screen Time Linked To Better Cognition In Kids: Study

A new study on children across the U.S., published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, finds that when they spend more than two hours on screens every day, they tend to perform more poorly on tests of cognition. The study, by researchers at Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, looked at data from 4,500 children aged 8-11 from 20 locations across the U.S. Their parents answered questions about their usual screen use, their sleep, and time spent in physical activity.  Read more...

 

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