Screen Time Usage

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10 Ways to Break from Screen Time Battles

If you are a parent like me, you are always looking for ways on how to limit screen time with your kids. You are asking yourself, “How do I keep my child off the screen?” and “How do you stop screen time without struggle?” Well, I have the answers to your questions!I know you worry about the effect of screen

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Three young people studying the impact of screen time on the brain and body while sitting on a couch and using a laptop.

The Effects of Screen Time on the Brain and Body

Today, children are bombarded with digital media and technology. No matter how we feel about it, technology is here to stay.​ They are exposed to different forms of media and technology, including smartphones, laptops and Chromebooks in school, TV, music, video games, apps, and so on. Technology is shaping the brains and experiences of a whole generation of children. While

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A young Asian boy utilizes a laptop while balancing remote work and learning.

7 Strategies for Balancing Remote Work and Learning

It’s 2021, and the COVID-19 health emergency is getting better in some regions but still going strong in some parts of the world. Likely, remote work and school models will continue into parts of the world for a long time. For working parents, we are moving forward and there is a light at the end of this very dark tunnel.

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A circle of kids posing for a photo.

14 Tips for Healthy Media Usage

The Effects of Screen Time on the Brain and Body are significant and parents are trying to find ways to balance screen time with family time (or heck, their sanity!). Children and teens want to be on their devices all the time and we have become the device wardens. The good news is research demonstrates that children’s sleep, academics, health,

Read More »
anxiety and depression

The Link Between Social Media and Anxiety and Depression

A 2019 study looked at  the online activity and screen use patterns of almost 4,000 adolescents over a four-year period starting in the seventh grade. They found that increased use of social media, television, and computer increases anxiety in teenagers. I know cue a huge eye roll… like we needed a study to tell us that.  Even though the information

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kids watching tablet - Dr. Roseann

10 Ways to Break from Screen Time Battles

If you are a parent like me, you are always looking for ways on how to limit screen time with your kids. You are asking yourself, “How do I keep my child off the screen?” and “How do you stop screen time without struggle?” Well, I have the answers to your questions!I know you worry about the effect of screen

Read More »
Three young people studying the impact of screen time on the brain and body while sitting on a couch and using a laptop.

The Effects of Screen Time on the Brain and Body

Today, children are bombarded with digital media and technology. No matter how we feel about it, technology is here to stay.​ They are exposed to different forms of media and technology, including smartphones, laptops and Chromebooks in school, TV, music, video games, apps, and so on. Technology is shaping the brains and experiences of a whole generation of children. While

Read More »
A young Asian boy utilizes a laptop while balancing remote work and learning.

7 Strategies for Balancing Remote Work and Learning

It’s 2021, and the COVID-19 health emergency is getting better in some regions but still going strong in some parts of the world. Likely, remote work and school models will continue into parts of the world for a long time. For working parents, we are moving forward and there is a light at the end of this very dark tunnel.

Read More »
A circle of kids posing for a photo.

14 Tips for Healthy Media Usage

The Effects of Screen Time on the Brain and Body are significant and parents are trying to find ways to balance screen time with family time (or heck, their sanity!). Children and teens want to be on their devices all the time and we have become the device wardens. The good news is research demonstrates that children’s sleep, academics, health,

Read More »
anxiety and depression

The Link Between Social Media and Anxiety and Depression

A 2019 study looked at  the online activity and screen use patterns of almost 4,000 adolescents over a four-year period starting in the seventh grade. They found that increased use of social media, television, and computer increases anxiety in teenagers. I know cue a huge eye roll… like we needed a study to tell us that.  Even though the information

Read More »
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