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Ana Elanidze

Key points burn. Minor burns. Key poinys bleeding. Nosebleed. First Aid Training & First Aid Certification Online. Key actions agsinst bleeding. How to prevent everyday eccidents. IFRC First Aid for Babies and Children Frequently asked questions week 1 (1) Key points to remember, choking. First aid to choking infant. First aid to choking child. Key poins for CPR. Screen time full text. Screen time. From the American Academy of Pediatrics. Children and Adolescents and Digital Media. Interactive Media Use. In 2011, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reaffirmed its original statement on infants and media, leaving the 1999 recommendation essentially unchanged stating “we discourage the use of media by children under the age of two.”1 Although published in October 2011, the policy statement had been completed much earlier owing to the lengthy internal review process of the AAP.1,2 The timing is notable because the iPad debuted in April 2010, meaning that the statement was drafted with no knowledge that such a device would ever exist.

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Now, 3 years later, we still know surprisingly little about how iPads and other interactive media technologies affect children’s cognition—research is simply unable to keep up with the pace of technological advances—and these devices are increasingly popular. The salient question then is whether the discourage media verbiage of the 2011 statement should be applied to them. Table.

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