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Screen Time Linked to Lower Brain Development in Preschoolers

Screen time that is not monitored or limited to one hour a day can negatively impact the critical stage of early brain development in infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Read the study and learn what you can do to enhance the connections in your child's brain.

Healthy Brain Basics

Want to know what goes on inside that beautiful brain of yours? The short answer is: A LOT. This highly complex organ is made up of several highly specialized parts.  Though each part has a primary function, some parts play several roles, making some functions a product of many parts working together in harmony.  Your memory, for instance, is built by the hippocampus, but organized by the amygdala. The connection, communication and cooperation between these parts are what make your brain such an efficient and amazing thinking machine.

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