Outdoor Play May Mitigate Screen Time's Risk to Brain Development
13 days ago - By Medscape
The researchers first investigated whether higher screen time (more than 1 hour a day on a device or watching television) at age 2 years is associated with neurodevelopmental outcomes at age 4.
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