Here is a recommendation given by doctors that is consistently being ignored: limit your child’s electronic exposure. Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics policy was explained this way:
The policy is aimed at all kids, including those who use smartphones, computers and other Internet-connected devices. It expands the academy’s longstanding recommendations on banning televisions from children’s and teens’ bedrooms and limiting entertainment screen time to no more than two hours daily.
Under the new policy, those two hours include using the Internet for entertainment, including Facebook, Twitter, TV and movies; online homework is an exception.
So, two hours a day. Got it? Of course you don’t because this technology is ubiquitous and we are 100% addicted to it. How can a kid stop using his/her computer/smartphone/TV/xbox or whatever if Dad won’t stop? It reminds of the 1987 commercial above. Times have changed and so have the vices (except the kid is still weed but now he his playing Call of Duty instead of listening to music).
And these recommendations don’t even encompass the problems from having too much EMF exposure. An issue that is just starting to be understood.Tweet