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Study Says Limiting Kids’ Screen Time Makes Them Smarter

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Study Says Limiting Kids’
Screen Time Makes Them Smarter The study published in The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health included more than 4,000 children between the ages of eight and eleven. The study found that 63% of the participants exceeded a recommend two hours or less of screen time per day. It found that when participants
met the guidelines, their
"global cognition" improved. "Global cognition" includes memory, attention, processing speed and language. Kirsten Corder, senior scientist University of Cambridge,
via CNN While more data and research is suggested, study authors made general recommendations for parents based on their results. Jeremy Walsh, lead study author,
via CNN Jeremy Walsh, lead study author,
via CNN

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