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Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
Every month, hundreds of new apps and digital games are released for kids — some beneficial, some harmless and some your child is definitely better off without. How do you choose? Connecticut Children’s Child Life Specialist Christine Tatem shares tips. Decide on a goal. Do you want something that promotes learning? Expands creativity? Helps your […]
Posted In: Media Use/Screen Time
Media (including television, mobile devices, music, computers, and videogames) has a very strong influence on child development. This influence can be positive or negative. The research on the effects of media on child development and health led the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to ask all pediatricians to help families understand these risks and benefits. […]
Posted In: Developmental Pediatrics, Media Use/Screen Time
By: Christine Ohannessian, PhD New research, brought to light by Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s Center for Behavioral Health, takes a look at the relationship between playing video games and anxiety during adolescence. The research, titled “Video game play and anxiety during late adolescence: The moderating effects of gender and social context,” published in the Journal […]
Posted In: Media Use/Screen Time, Research
By Connecticut Children’s Center for Behavioral Health New research, brought to light by Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s Center for Behavioral Health, takes a deeper look at the relationship between social media use and anxiety in young adults. The research, titled “Social media use and anxiety in emerging adults,” featured on TIME.com, found greater social media […]
By Virginia Van Epps, Manager, Speech Language Pathology at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center In a world full of smartphones, tablets and apps, it can sometimes feel impossible to unplug. But the truth is, our everyday technology habits are threatening the speech, language and hearing of our children. So what can be done to limit adverse […]
Children, adolescents and even adults can’t seem to get enough of the new, augmented reality game, Pokemon Go. The phone app has taken over news headlines and swept the nation by storm since launching on July 6. With more than 21 million daily users, chances are that your child has either heard of the game […]
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