New Study: 

Screen Time and Speech Delay Link

A new study presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting found correlation between screen time and delayed speech development. "Twenty percent of the children spent an average of 28 minutes a day using screens, the study found. Every 30-minute increase in daily screen time was linked to a 49% increased risk of what the researchers call expressive speech delay, which is using sounds and words." - CNN, Kelly Wallace 5/4/2017   Read Full CNN Article 

 
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