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Essay heading: Too Much TV?
 
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Written by: Jesse Richardson
Date added: June 30, 2009
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Each hour in front of the TV increased a child's chances of attention deficit disorder by 10%. Researchers at the Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Centre in Seattle have come up with interesting numbers on the health risk of watching TV. Children who were exposed to the unrealistic levels of stimulation at a young age continued to expect this in later life, leading to difficulty dealing with the slower pace of, importantly, school and homework...
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Each hour in front of the TV increased a child's chances of attention deficit disorder by 10%. Researchers at the Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Centre in Seattle have come up with interesting numbers on the health risk of watching TV. Children who were exposed to the unrealistic levels of stimulation at a young age continued to expect this in later life, leading to difficulty dealing with the slower pace of, importantly, school and homework...
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