Doctors warn EVEN if kids get daily exercise, long hours in front of a screen puts them at a much higher risk of getting cancer in adult life
Professor Mitch Blair of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, added: “Whether it’s mobile phones, games consoles, TVs or laptops, advances in technology mean children are exposed to screens for longer amounts of time than ever before.
“We are becoming increasingly concerned that this encourages a more sedentary lifestyle.
“There are some simple steps to help keep screen time in check such as limiting toddler exposure and keeping TVs and computers out of children’s bedrooms.
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