Increased screen time for young children during the Corona Outbreak

Increased screen time for young children during the Corona Outbreak
Cambridge: During the global Corona epidemic, school children have seen a huge increase in screen time on a daily basis.

Children between the ages of six and 10 spent an hour and 23 minutes on the screen on a daily basis, according to a new study. However, according to scientists at Anglia Riskin University in Cambridge, the increase in screen time was seen in people of all ages.

This is not because of work or educational purposes, but also because of the increase in screen time in people of all ages.
The researchers found that the increase in screen time was related to the negative effects on diet, sleep, mental health and eye health in adults and children.

The study also found significant links between screen time and behavioral problems in children, such as aggression and anger.

Professor Shahina Pradhan, director of the Eye Research Institute at the university and senior author of the research, said it was the first study of its kind to systematically study the increase in screen time during an epidemic and its effects.

He said that by putting together several studies, the researchers came up with a more accurate picture of screen time and related health effects in people.

He said that overall, it was clear that screen time should be reduced where possible to minimize potential negative effects.

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