Children who spend more than two hours a day on smartphones seven times more likely to develop ADHD

A study of 3,500 children found that high levels of screen time were associated with a far greater risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder by the age of five.

Fuente: Laura Donnelly - The Telegraph, 17 April 2019.

Prof Mandhane said the new findings suggested screen time should be far more limited for pre-school children. He said: “Our data suggests between zero and 30 minutes a day is the optimal amount of screen time. “The preschool period is an ideal time for education on healthy relationships with screens, and we believe our data shows that you can’t start too early.”




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