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From: Washington Post

Children who watch violent or scary content on TV are more likely to have sleep issues

Washington Post:

Children ages 3 to 5 who watched violent or scary content on television, or watched TV in the evening, are increasingly likely to have nightmares, trouble falling asleep or other sleep issues, a study says. The researched published in the journal Pediatrics also revealed that kids who had a TV in their bedrooms watched about 40 additional minutes of television per day. (Los Angeles Times)

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