Screen time linked to ADHD in preschool kids

A new study suggests a link between increased screen time and a child's risk for ADHD by 5 years old.
0:34 | 04/18/19

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Doctors are warning parents that small children who spend too much time looking at screens have a much higher risk of ADHD. Researchers found that children under five who spent two or more hours looking at screens or nearly eight times more likely initial symptoms of ADHD. Compared to kids with only thirty minutes or less of screen time per day. It could be a new item and the snack aisle if you've been waiting for pickle chips your wish will come. True soon classic it's coming out with chips made from actual pickles the release date. Hasn't been announced yet hit pickle chips.

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