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Fussy babies spend more time in front of the TV

Moms, especially those who are obese, are more likely to use TV to entertain and soothe infants who are more fussy and active, according to researchers. The finding adds to the growing body of knowledge that may help explain the escalating rate of obesity and inactivity in US children, and has led to behavioral and educational strategies that may help mothers combat these effects.
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