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TV Effects: How Much TV? Directory

Sure, a little TV is fine. But how much is too much? And with so many shows claiming to be educational, how do you know if putting your toddler in front of the TV is actually helping? While some TV time is fine, be sure to get up and exercise as many days as you can. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how TV affects kids, teens, and adults, how much TV is OK, how to motivate your family to exercise, and much more.

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Pediatricians recommend no more than 2 hours of screen time for kids. Here’s how to cut back on kids’ TV, video game, and computer use.

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