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Limiting screen time improves sleep, academics, behavior, study finds

Parents may not always see it, but efforts to limit their children?s screen time can make a difference. A new study found children get more sleep, do better in school and see other health benefits when parents monitor screen time. The effect is not immediate and that makes it difficult for parents to recognize. As a result, parents may think it is not worth the effort to monitor and limit their children's media use. But researchers say they have more power than they realize.
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