Toddlers’ screen time linked to speech delays and lost sleep, but questions remain

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SLEEP AND SPEECH THIEF The use of tablets and other handheld digital devices are associated with speech delays and less night sleep in young children, links that scientists, doctors and parents are all eager to explore.


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