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

Telegraph.co.uk Wednesday, 17 April 2019
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News video: More Screen Time Could Mean Higher Risk of ADHD And Behavioral Problems in Pre-School Children

More Screen Time Could Mean Higher Risk of ADHD And Behavioral Problems in Pre-School Children 01:25

They may get quieter and easier to control but a new study has found toddlers who spend two hours or more staring at screens on a daily basis are more likely to behave badly or have ADHD. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

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