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Children who spend two hours a day on smartphones risk ADHD
A study of 3,500 children found that high levels of screen time were associated with a far greater risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder by the age of five.
[Laura Donnelly - The Telegraph, 17 April 2019.]
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