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Eldorado

Zero screen time for babies & toddlers

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Eldorado

"Toddlers and young children should have no more than one hour of sedentary screen time per day, according to new international advice.

World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines, published on Wednesday, suggest a 60-minute limit for those aged between two and five years old.

It also recommends babies and toddlers avoid any sedentary screen time, including watching TV or sitting still playing games on devices, until the age of two."

Full report at County Times (UK) : https://www.countytimes.co.uk/news/national-news/17594566.children-should-be-limited-to-one-hour-of-screen-time-per-day/

At the Telegraph (UK) : https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/04/24/limit-screen-time-hour-day-5s-none-2s-says/

 

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ouija ouija

Very good advice. :tsu:

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aztek

yea i noticed some parents will just give a kid an ipad, and let them play with it for hours, while parents are free to do whatever they want.  it is very convenient for parents, but harmful for a kid in a long run,  i would probably do it myself, but  i got mine into active sports, and now they can't sit still, for longer than several minutes,    sometimes i wish they could play with an i pad for hours. 

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