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The Dangers of Infant Screen Time: A Closer Look at Its Impact on Infant Neurodevelopment

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A Singapore study using electroencephalography showed that infants who spent more time on screens had increased electrocortical activity and worse executive functions later in life, such as memory, attention, and inhibition, than those who had less screen exposure. The researchers warned that screen time in early life might affect children’s learning and behaviour.

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