Having Your TV On Could Be Bad For Your Kids


By Molly Grady

New research shows many kids are exposed to television - even when they're not watching it.

A study in the journal Pediatrics finds in the average home the TV is on in the background four hours a day.

Previous research has found kids exposed to a lot of background television don't do as well on cognitive tests.

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