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Parents Asked to Limit TV and Have a Media Plan

<a href="/articles/parents-asked-to-limit-tv-and-have-a-media-plan">Parents Asked to Limit TV and Have a Media Plan</a>

The newly released policy from the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) Council on Communications and Media urges parents, schools, doctors and advertisers to recognise media effects on children – both positive and negative. While the Academy remains concerned about research-based evidence about the potential for harm from media messages, it also acknowledges the positive effects from television shows like Sesame Street, which teaches children numbers and letters Read full article

New Research Finds that Children Sleep Less if Media Devices Are In The Bedroom

<a href="/articles/new-research-finds-that-children-sleep-less-if-media-devices-are-in-the-bedroom">New Research Finds that Children Sleep Less if Media Devices Are In The Bedroom</a>

We know from previous research reported on happychild that use of technology devices can negatively impact the sleep of teenagers. This new research from Finland studied an even younger population of school-aged children and concluded that computer use, television viewing, and the presence of media in children’s bedrooms may reduce the amount of time children are sleeping, and delay bedtimes. And they found gender differences–among boys, having a television and a computer in the bedroom predicted poorer sleep habits and irregularity of sleep habits. Read full article