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Researchers say TV is not to blame for ADHD

March 13, 2006

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT Television's critics often blame the ''electronic babysitter" for contributing to a host of children's problems, from obesity to sloth to violent behavior. But when a pair of Texas researchers saw a 2004 study blaming hyperactivity on excessive TV watching, they couldn't remain silent. Tara Stevens and Miriam Mulsow felt that the research leaped to conclusions based on an ... (Full article: 896 words)

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