Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Study: Kids Watching Hours of TV at Home Daycare

Freitag 27. November 2009 von htm

„Parents who thought their preschoolers were spending time in home-based day cares, taking naps, eating healthy snacks and learning to play nicely with others may be surprised to discover they are sitting as many as two hours a day in front of a TV, according to a study published Monday. When added to the two to three hours many parents already admit to allowing at home, preschoolers in child care may be spending more than a third of the about 12 hours they are awake each day in front of the electronic baby sitter, said Dr. Dimitri Christakis, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle and a researcher at the University of Washington. That’s double the TV time he found in a previous study based on parental reports of home viewing, according to findings published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. The study is the first to look at TV watching in child care in more than 20 years.“ (Source: Harvard World Health News, 11/25/09) Associated Press, November 23, 2009 Comment: And how many hours out of it are alcohol advertising?

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