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  • young people today grow up surrounded by digital entertainment and information on multiple screens.

  • The popular view that time in front of a screen is toxic to health has essentially no evidence to support it.

  • Even reading which we think it is a really important thing, actually is a bit of a sedentary occupation that can keep you up at night.

  • Families should negotiate screen time limits with their Children based on individual needs.

  • Young people today grow up surrounded by digital entertainment and information on multiple screens, whether via computer, smartphone or television.

  • In its guidance to parents, the Royal College says the popular view that time in front of a screen is toxic to health has essentially no evidence to support it.

  • Many things are harmful to us crossing the road.

  • It's harmful, even reading which we think it is a really important thing, actually eyes a bit of a sedentary occupation that can keep you up at night.

  • So we think that there's a balance to be struck.

  • There are harms from screens that actually screens bring us great opportunities and we have to balance those theme guidance says Parents with healthy active Children should not worry greatly about computer on smartphone use, although recommends no screens for an hour before bed, in part because the light consng low the release off the sleep inducing hormone melatonin.

  • The Royal College says families should negotiate screen time limits with their Children based on individual needs and how much they impact on sleep, physical and social activities.

young people today grow up surrounded by digital entertainment and information on multiple screens.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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