Will you let your child spend more time on the computer?
A University of Maryland researcher has a message for parents who fret about how much time their preteen children spend on computers: Worry not.
In what researchers describe as one of the first long-term looks at the effects of media use during childhood, a study released Wednesday linked hours at the computer with achievement test scores and behavior and found little sign of harm for children ages 6 to 12 as they increased their screen time over a six-year period. Moreover, the study found benefits for girls and black boys. Read the full article.
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