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A new study suggests screen time could delay children’s communication, motor, and problem-solving skills
A new JAMA study found that too much screen time could delay the development of motor, communication, and problem-solving skills in young children.
Follow these tips to help you and your kids establish a routine that allows for a healthy balance between technology and sleep.
A researcher says kids should actually start using screens sooner in life, despite what you’ve been told
While some research has suggested too much screen time is bad for children, one researcher believes kids should actually use screens earlier in life.
A parenting blogger shared a photo of her son using her phone at a restaurant and told people to ‘mind your own motherhood’
Screen time often keeps kids occupied on outings. Parenting blogger Kristina Kuzmic says there's nothing wrong with that.
Leading doctors say there is little medical evidence for limiting screen time for kids, even though a major study disagrees
Guidance from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health said evidence that time in front of a screen harms children is 'often overstated.'
Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel and wife Miranda Kerr only allow their seven-year-old child to have 1.5 hours of screen time per week
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said that he wasn't allowed to watch TV while growing up, and it informed his parenting practices.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott say TV ‘is out’ for daughter Stormi. Here’s why their rule might make sense.
Travis Scott recently said TV "is out" for Stormi, his daughter with Kylie Jenner. Here's why that could be a good thing.
A new study of thousands of US kids found that each hour of screen time was linked with three to eight fewer minutes of sleep per night.
Silicon Valley parents are so panicked about kids’ screen time that they’re having nannies sign ‘no-phone contracts’ and posti...
Silicon Valley parents are growing concerned about their kids' tech use. Some are pressuring nannies to create a totally tech-free home environment.
Only 5% of US kids meet expert recommendations for sleep, screen time, and exercise — here’s what they should be doing
Kids should get between nine and 11 hours of sleep a night, should limit recreational screen use to two hours per day, and should get at least an hour of moderate-to-vigorous exercise. The better kids in the US do on those guidelines, the better they perform on cognitive tests.