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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Apr 20
“...two hours or more of screen time per day is linked to clinically significant behavioural problems.”
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Sentiments Photobooks Apr 14
‘Kids who spent more time glued to a screen were more likely to become depressed, be the victims of bullying, be aggressive, to have poor interpersonal skills and be overweight.’
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ღ   Ңāψяå ][ Apr 14
It shows l only socialize about a day per week 🤭
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iFocusMode App - Get Off Phone & Be Focused 6h
On average there are 486,183 users a minute accessing Facebook from their mobile.
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Common Sense Media Apr 20
Like the high-octane sugar in a pint of ice cream, the ingredients in social media, video games, and apps are carefully engineered to keep you - and your kids - coming back for more.
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EatSmart Products 26m
How much time is too much screen time? Find out at:
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Common Sense Media Apr 14
YouTube is changing the way it measures success on the world’s biggest video site following a series of scandals. There’s just one problem.
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TY 20h
Change your apps to make it more difficult to be on your phone.
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Fire Tech Camp 2h
Are you unsure how to balance your child's screen time? Take a look at our blog post, where we give advice and tips to managing this >
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Concorde Career Apr 19
? Study links behavioral problems with . Get details from , monitor your kids:
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Screenformation Apr 20
Replying to @ESL_fairy
Yes! Science confirms that damages cognitive function, reasoning, creativity, problem-solving, mental health, emotional development, empathy, motor skills, physical health; Predicts dissatisfaction in life, lower grades, unemployment, aggressive & criminal behaviors.
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Netsanity 2h
Like we say... that work! Thanks for the stellar review. You have great !
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Vagus Nerve Apr 17
Is this worthy enough to be on ? Lol is phone addiction a problem? Hmm I gotta question
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Frances Brown 3h
Day 18 Getting my stitch on! Not technically but whether it’s or tracking drug or alcohol sobriety is a goodie. Ad-free motivational companion app
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Howard Chang Apr 15
We all love but I started noticing on my part. Looking at my phone became a tick. So I decided to do something. New rules: no phone in bed, in washroom, while with family. Simple rules and my use has dropped 45%. What are your tips?
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Psych News Apr 13
"Researchers found that problematic cell phone use was highly consistent over time...Pathological symptoms regarding cell-phone use seem to be stable across late adolescence and emerging adulthood."
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KimScaravelli 13h
Calm Down, Parents: A Rigorous New Oxford Study of 350,000 Teens Shows Screen Time Is About as Dangerous as Potatoes
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The Female Boss♡ 21h
Swiped right and this is apparently my life , put down yours and lets fund out how much time you spend doing what 🖖🏼
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O'Grady's PowerPage 1h
A new rumor has surfaced stating that Apple plans to bring Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time features to macOS 10.15
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Conversations Apr 15
Hear 's views on how technology is rewiring our teenager's brains:
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