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Teens and screens: the science you need to know

Over the last few decades, devices have become such a large part of our lives and one thing we can be sure of – they’re not going away.  64% of Ontario youth “spend three hours or more per day of … Continue reading

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Babies, Toddlers and Touch Screens

Have you seen this video from UserExperienceWorks? “A magazine is an iPad that does not work.” So, what do think? Do you have a touch screen tablet computer or smartphone in your house? Do you let your kids use them, … Continue reading

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The NDDS Study Needs You!

Do you want to make a difference not only in the healthy development your own child but the healthy development of all children? As great as the NDDS tool is, the good folks who developed the NDDS are trying to … Continue reading

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