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Healthcare’s Unwinnable War against ‘Screen Time’
Description To many in the healthcare community, allow To many in the healthcare community, allowing young children and teens too much ‘screen time’ is a grievous parental offence. Pity that. Many of the greatest inventions of the last decade – and some of the most dramatic modern pro-democracy campaigns – have come our way thanks to teenagers and 20-somethings sitting for hours a day in front of their screens and tapping on keyboards. If young people had been restrained from screen time exposure, Facebook wouldn’t exist (now worth an estimated $30 billion dollars); tens of millions of dollars wouldn’t have been raised for Haiti Hurricane relief via Twitter; the democracy movements in Iran and China would have never accelerated; and Barack Obama wouldn’t be in the White House. rack Obama wouldn’t be in the White House.
End date November 2010  +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 9 December 2010 16:34:51  +
People Neil Seeman +
Publication http://www.longwoods.com/content/22020  +
Start date November 2010  +
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