By Victor C. Strasburger MD
Dr. Strasburger addresses a favored subject in mainstream media: What are the results of the multitude of media which are on hand to our youngsters and teens? His well-published authors try and answser this query with articles dedicated to thefollowng issues: overall healthiness results of Media on youngsters and young people; What each Pediatrician must find out about Social Networking websites; should still infants Be staring at television and Videos?; net Bullying; inventive and Prosocial makes use of of Media; Videogames: stable or Bad?; the recent danger of electronic ads; Does Media Use reason Obesity?; Media within the lecture room; consuming issues and the Media; and developing a young person well-being site.
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Copyright Ó Steve Breen/Creators Syndicate. 391 Therefore, an important first step would be for health care providers to encourage parents to be more cognizant about their children’s media time. Parents should be told why the AAP recommends limited time with screen media and emphasize the value of play for babies and toddlers, the importance of family dinners with the TV off, and the importance of unstructured time so that young children’s imagination and creativity will be stimulated. 392 Parents also need to avoid exposing young children to PG-13– and R-rated movies,229,393,394 and should set clear guidelines for online activities.
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