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Worrying rise of the iPad childminder


These days more babies than ever are being entertained with these devices. A poll by parenting website Babies.co.uk found that half of parents routinely allow infants to play with their iPhone or tablet. One in seven allow their tot to spend more than four hours a day playing with them.

[Tanith Carey and Antonia Hoyle - The Daily Mail, 8 January 2015.]


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