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More Physical Activity, Less Screen Time Linked to Better Executive Function in Toddlers

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A new study found that 24-month-old children who spent less than 60 minutes looking at screens each day and those who engaged in more physical activity had better executive function. The toddlers’ program was designed according to the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for physical activity, and their executive function was measured against a second […]

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