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When it comes to screen time’s impact on kids’ academic performance, what’s actually on the screen matters.

Sep 24 2019

When it comes to screen time’s impact on kids’ academic performance, what’s actually on the screen matters. The debate continues among researchers about how much screen time is too much for kids, but JAMA Pediatrics’s recently published study suggests that what’s being engaged with might matter more. The study found that overall screen time did not impact 4-18-year-olds’ success in school, but TV viewing and gaming specifically were associated with poorer results. However, researchers caution that “we need better measurement tools” before we can place the blame. (CNN)