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  1. Kids are spending more time with screen media -- and at younger ages -- than ever before. But there really is no magic number that's "just right." What's more important is the quality of kids' media and how it fits into their -- and your family's -- lifes
    07-10-2016 by unexpected and 12 others
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  2. It’s much easier to exercise control when your child is within view. So that means keeping video games, the TV and the computer in a common area where you can keep an eye on things.
    07-10-2016 by mark_ransome and 12 others
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  3. Ultimately, parents today report taking a number of steps to influence their child’s digital behavior, from checking up on what their teen is posting on social media to limiting the amount of time their child spends in front of various screens.
    07-10-2016 by borgainert and 12 others
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  4. Kids are spending more time with screen media -- and at younger ages -- than ever before. But there really is no magic number that's "just right." What's more important is the quality of kids' media and how it fits into their -- and your family's -- lifes
    03-10-2016 by ferngeorge and 12 others
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  5. Kids are spending more time with screen media -- and at younger ages -- than ever before. But there really is no magic number that's "just right." What's more important is the quality of kids' media and how it fits into their -- and your family's -- lifes
    03-10-2016 by coatdress and 12 others
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  6. Ultimately, parents today report taking a number of steps to influence their child’s digital behavior, from checking up on what their teen is posting on social media to limiting the amount of time their child spends in front of various screens.
    03-10-2016 by xhianberge and 12 others
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  7. Ultimately, parents today report taking a number of steps to influence their child’s digital behavior, from checking up on what their teen is posting on social media to limiting the amount of time their child spends in front of various screens.
    01-10-2016 by cristimmer and 12 others
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  8. It can be all too easy to simply turn on the TV or let them play a videogame when your kids say they are bored. But there are many options when it comes to finding alternative forms of entertainment.
    01-10-2016 by colhen and 12 others
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  9. Educate children about the negative impact of advertising, lack of privacy, cyber bullying, identity theft, texting and sexting, computer security and the effects of pornography and violence on the young developing mind. Arm them with the knowledge to bet
    30-09-2016 by crripsdert and 12 others
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  10. Data brokers are buying your secrets to the highest bidder. Data information brokers gather all sorts of data about individuals and have added you into a category such as Expectant Parent.
    06-09-2016 by pricklechoir and 12 others
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