By Amanda Kitch
Original Source: wafb.com
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – For many of us, more time at home means more time in front of a screen, especially for your kids when distance learning starts up again this school year.
Dr. Jacob Wood, a family medicine physician at Baton Rouge General, says it’s important we know the difference between helpful and mindless screen time.
“You still have to separate that into ‘what’s learning,’ ‘what’s creative,’ ‘what’s helping my mind grow,’ versus ‘what is passive consumption,’” said Dr. Wood.
He says kids ages 11 to 13 years old should have no more than…click here to continue reading