According to a report from the AMA, while the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for everyone, digital tools have allowed people to work remotely, participate in school from home and maintain personal connections virtually. But is increased screen time dangerous for our kids?
It is understandable that people are on their devices more now than ever before to remain connected. But, according to the AMA,
AMA policy encourages primary and secondary schools to incorporate into their health class curricula the topic of balancing screen time with physical activity and sleep.
The AMA also encourages primary care physicians to assess children and educate parents about the amount of screen time, physical activity, and sleep habits.
More details are available at DrWalt.com.
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