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Pediatricians release latest recommendations on media use

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) unveiled its latest set of recommendations for media use.

Blackwell middle school students study on their iPads, which all students receive starting in seventh grade.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a professional membership organization of 64,000 doctors who treat children, unveiled its latest set of recommendations for media use. Suggested limits for very young children include zero screen time for kids under 18 months (with the exception of digital chatting); only one hour of media a day for toddlers, and refraining from using digital media as a "soothing tool" for kids. (UPI)

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