Michigan Health 1/20/20
And nearly nine in 10 parents surveyed in a new C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health at the University of Michigan say teens spend too much time gaming.
But is there a “healthy” way to game?
“With appropriate boundaries and supervision, video games may be a fun way for some children to enjoy time with each other and for parents to connect with their kids,” says Jenny Radesky, M.D., a developmental behavioral pediatrician and researcher at Mott. “But prolonged gaming has the potential to interfere with other elements of a teen’s life, such as sleep, family and peer relationships and school performance.”
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