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What limits on screen time are recommended for kids ages 6 and up?

For children ages 6 years and older, the American Academy of Pediatrics does not set a specific limit on daily screen time but does recommend that the limit put in place by parents should be consistent and that screen time does not get in the way of school or sleep.

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