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No screens for kids under five, study shows

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) issued strict new guidelines recently on one of the most anxiety-producing issues of 21st century family life.

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) issued strict new guidelines recently on one of the most anxiety-producing issues of 21st century family life: How much should parents resort to videos and online games to entertain, educate or simply distract their young children? The answer, according to WHO, is never for children in their first year of life and rarely in their second. Those aged two to four, the international health agency said, should spend no more than an hour a day in front of a screen.

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