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Advice on kids’ TV-watching habits

June 22, 2012

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/advice-on-kids-tv-watching-habits/2012/06/22/gJQAF0l3uV_story.html

 

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How much TV is too much TV for kids? Dimitri Christakis — a member of the executive committee of the AAP Council on Communications and Media, and a director at Seattle Children’s Research Institute — discusses the best way for parents to utilize the small screen.

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