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Focus on Media Use
November 2016 | Issue No. 136
From TV to smartphones to social media, our lives are dominated by 24/7 media exposure. Despite this, many children and teens have few rules around their media use.
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By: Sarah Denny, MD, FAAP
The Picky Eater Project
Too Much 'Sharenting'?  
1116_sharenting.jpgResearch has shown that 92% of 2-year-olds in the U.S. have an online presence, and about 1/3 make their first appearance on social media within their first 24 hours of life.
A new study highlights the need for guidelines on creating digital footprints for children. Learn more here.
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