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Babies and toddlers should not be left to passively watch TV or other screens, according to new World Health Organization guidelines . Sedentary screen time, including computer games, should not happen before a child is two, the WHO says. The limit for two- to four-year-olds is an hour a day and less is better. The UK has no plans to update its own advice on screen use, which sets no time limits, although it says children should avoid screens before bedtime. The UK's Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health insists there is little evidence screen use for children is harmful in itself. The new WHO advice focuses on passive viewing - youngsters being placed in front of a TV or computer... Full story

24 April

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