Sam PEjham

 

 

 

Infants who had problems with sleeping, calming themselves, and waiting for food or toys spent more time in front of the TV or computer each day than those without such self-regulation problems, a study in the journal Pediatrics showed. The average screen time for fussier infants was two hours and 29 minutes a day, about nine minutes longer than their calmer counterparts, researchers said.

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