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Worries around children’s internet access and computer use is not new—but don’t write all of it off as pure technophobia. Since the introduction of personal computers and the internet into homes, parents have had to guide and protect their children in navigating our increasingly digital world. A new study suggests that inappropriate content and toxic social media environments should not be our sole concerns—screen time really might be negatively impacting our kids’ brains. New research by the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center suggests that screen time may be hindering normal brain and language development in children. Participants in the study had decreased brain white matter integrity along with lower scores on language tests. Click on the link to read the rest of our post! | Fairygodboss
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