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TV Bad For Babies?

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As parents we’ve all made the promise to not let the TV babysit our kids but sometimes if Barney can give you a few minutes of peace you go for it right? But is that really a good thing to do?

Babies who watched 60 minutes of TV daily had developmental scores one-third lower at 14 months than babies who weren’t watching that much TV.

Does that mean all TV or just a lot of TV is bad for your baby? Read more to get all the information so you can make an informed decision as a parent.

(via TV Watching Is Bad for Babies’ Brains.)

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