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W.H.O. Says Limited or No Screen Time for Children Under 5

Early childhood is a period of rapid development and a time when family lifestyle patterns can be adapted to boost health gains,” said an official with the World Health Organization in a statement regarding new “screen time” guideline.

How and When to Limit Kids' Tech Use

No one cares more about your child’s well-being and success than you do. In today’s digitally-fueled times, that means guiding him or her not just in the real world but in the always-on virtual one as well. Teach your children to use technology in a healthy way and pick up the skills and habits that will make them successful digital citizens.

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An Internet for Kids

Instead of regulating the internet to protect young people, give them a youth-net of their own.

Study: Computer Use in School Doesn't Help Test Scores

In top-performing nations, teachers — not students — use technology.

Here's Why School Chromebooks Aren't All They're Cracked Up to Be

Bill Gates and Melinda Gates: Their own kids’ access to technology was strictly limited. Steve Jobs of Apple was similarly strict. Tech’s attitude toward other kids? That’s a different story.

How to Put Limits on Your Family's Screen Time

The idea is for parents and children to adapt Academy-recommended guidelines on screen time, including TV, cellphones, computers, tablets and even smartwatches.


This will include deciding on screen-free areas around the house such as the dining room, time limits on use, what time gadgets need to be turned off — and even where to charge equipment.


US kids spend too much time in front of a screen and too little asleep, study finds

  • Only 5% meet sleep, exercise and screen time guidelines
  • Sleep and screen findings linked to drop-off in cognitive skills

Screen time 'may harm toddlers'

Letting a toddler spend lots of time using screens may delay their development of skills such as language and sociability, according to a large Canadian study.


Is Your Child a Digital Addict? Here’s What You Can Do

It can be hard for children to move on from screen time, but it doesn’t always have to be a battle.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children younger than 18 to 24 months not be exposed to digital media — with an exception for video-chat — and that children 2 to 5 have no more than one hour of screen time per day. The organization also recommends that parents watch media with their kids to help them understand it. (O.K. But how are parents of toddlers ever supposed to shower?) Studies have linked excessive use of media by preschoolers to a higher risk of obesity, shorter amounts of sleep, and cognitive, language and emotional delays.

The best streaming apps for kids

What to stream if YouTube isn’t sanitized enough for your liking

Phones Are Changing the Texture of Family Life

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How Taiwan Is Curbing Children's Daily Technology Exposure

Parents in the Asian country are now legally required to limit their kids’ screen time..

Study: Greater Screen Time Associated With Depression and Insomnia in Teens

High amounts of daily social messaging and web surfing leads to an increase in symptoms of insomnia and depression in adolescents.

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