Study results show fussy babies may be exposed to more TV

01/7/2013 |

Fussy and active babies at age 3 months were exposed to more TV on a daily basis by their mothers than babies not considered fussy or active, a study in the journal Pediatrics showed. Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill tracked 217 black mothers and their babies, and found that maternal obesity and educational attainment also were linked to more TV viewing early in life.

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