1. Sport can help children beat dangers of screens  The Times
  2. Children who spend more than two hours a day on smartphones seven times more likely to develop ADHD  The Telegraph
  3. How to balance screen time with pre-schoolers to prevent behavioural problems  1 NEWS
  4. Two hours or more of screen time makes children 'badly behaved'  Daily Mail
  5. Kids glued to screens for 2 hours a day ‘EIGHT TIMES more likely to suffer ADHD’  The Sun
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Playing sport for at least two hours a week could be the antidote to the perils of screen time, a study suggests.Scientists who observed 2,400 families found that two hours or more a day on devices such as smartphones and watching TV was linked to high rates of behavioural problems in small childrenPlaying sport for at least two hours a week could be the antidote to the perils of screen time, a study suggests. Scientists who observed 2,400 families found that two hours or more a day on...

Sport can help children beat dangers of screens | News | The Times

According to a new study, kindergarten-aged children who spend more than two hours a day in front of a screen are at least five times more likely to be inattentive and seven times more likely to display the symptoms of ADHD than their peers who spend 30 minutes a day or lessAccording to a new study, kindergarten-aged children who spend more than two hours a day in front of a screen are at least five times more likely to be inattentive and seven times more likely to display the symptoms of ADHD than their peers who spend 30 minutes a day or less

Children who have more than two hours of screen time daily are more likely to display ADHD symptoms: study - The Globe and Mail

A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five. A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.

A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.

Excessive preschooler screen time linked to behavioural problems by age five | CP24.com

“I can back up this study from observing my toddler.: Researchers say preschoolers are more likely to develop behavior problems and struggle to pay attention if they watch at least 2 hrs of screen time a day. #11Alive”

Cheryl Preheim on Twitter: "I can back up this study from observing my toddler.: Researchers say preschoolers are more likely to develop behavior problems and struggle to pay attention if they watch at least 2 hrs of screen time a day. #11Alive"

Preschoolers exposed to two or more hours of screen time per day — including TV and mobile devices — struggle with clinically significant behavioural problems, shows new research from the University of Alberta.Preschoolers exposed to two or more hours of screen time per day — including TV and mobile devices — struggle with clinically significant behavioural problems, shows new research from the University of Alberta.

Two or more hours of screen time per day bad for kids: study | Edmonton Journal

Preschoolers exposed to two or more hours of screen time per day — including TV and mobile devices — struggle with clinically significant behavioural problems, shows new research from the University of Alberta.Preschoolers exposed to two or more hours of screen time per day — including TV and mobile devices — struggle with clinically significant behavioural problems, shows new research from the University of Alberta.

Two or more hours of screen time per day bad for kids: study | Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON — A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.The research looked at more than 2,400 families and compared children who got at least two hours of daily screen time to those who had less than 30 minutes per day.EDMONTON — A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.

Study links preschool screen time to behavioural and attention problems | National Post

EDMONTON — A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.The research looked at more than 2,400 families and compared children who got at least two hours of daily screen time to those who had less than 30 minutes per day.EDMONTON — A new study links excessive screen time among preschoolers to behavioural problems they experienced at age five.

Study links preschool screen time to behavioural and attention problems | National Post

Researchers at the University of Alberta studied more than 2,400 families to find more than two hours per day looking at screens as a toddler could lead to a seven times higher risk of ADHD.Researchers at the University of Alberta studied more than 2,400 families to find more than two hours per day looking at screens as a toddler could lead to a seven times higher risk of ADHD.

Two hours or more of screen time makes children 'badly behaved' | Daily Mail Online

A new Canadian study of more than 2,400 families suggests that among preschoolers, spending two hours or more of screen time per day is linked to clinically significant behavioural problems.

Screen time associated with behavioral problems in preschoolers

Young children who spend more than two hours a day starting at smartphones and other screens are seven times more likely to develop attention disorders, research suggests.Young children who spend more than two hours a day starting at smartphones and other screens are seven times more likely to develop attention disorders, research suggests.

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

Experts urged parents to encourage their kids to get active and play sport rather than watch TVTOTS who stare at screens for more than two hours a day are almost eight times more likely to be severely hyperactive, a study found. Researchers quizzed 2,427 parents on their five-year-olds’ beha…

Kids glued to screens for 2 hours a day 'EIGHT TIMES more likely to suffer ADHD'

Two or more hours of screen time watching TV or on smartphones, tablets or other electronic devices is linked to behavioural problems in children under five years old, a study suggestsTwo or more hours of screen time watching TV or on smartphones, tablets or other electronic devices is linked to behavioural problems in children under five years old, a study suggests

Two or more hours of daily screen time linked to child behavioural problems - inews.co.uk