18.11.2019 11:00 am
For a parent, nothing eliminates the burden of entertaining your child more than handing them your smartphone.
The issues with this are all too familiar. Impaired vision and potential phone addiction come to mind, but excessive screen time can actually have much deeper, longer-lasting effects. A study by Lancet Child & Adolescent Health showed that children who spent less time using smartphones and other devices performed better on cognitive tests. In light of this, any parent should make an effort to keep their child’s screen time at a reasonable level.
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