American Academy of Pediatrics

Turns out parents are no better than their kids when it comes to screen time

Turns out parents are no better than their kids when it comes to screen time

Sure, tweens and teens spend hours a day as relative screen zombies, eyes fixed and faces aglow in the radiant light of their pocket screens. (You don’t have to be a parent to know that.) But that’s not the end of the story.

Mom and Dad, it seems you have more in common with the kids than you might know. 

On average, parents are spending what amounts to more than a full workday connected to screen-based media, according to

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