Screen time at ages 2-3 is linked to poorer physical, mental, and social development at ages 3-5, according to a recent JAMA Pediatrics report.
If screen time simply can’t be eliminated, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a single hour of high-quality programming per day.
Toddlers in the study, by contrast, were watching 2-3 hours per day, according to the lead author.
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