A new study finds too much screen time is bad for your preschooler’s development. Our pediatrician gives tips for setting limits and finding other activities they’ll love.
Because infants become so transfixed on the TV screen, they stop doing anything and everything else and ultimately, they miss out on human interaction and the opportunity to explore their new and exciting world.
This year, skip the word diet and instead use these six tips to help your family develop healthy habits that will stick – for life.
A recent study showed that those who watch five hours or more of TV per day had a higher risk of dying from a blood clot. Taking breaks for movement is important prevention.
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