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Half Of U.S. Kids Use Smartphone Or Computer By Age 2

A new study found that 48 percent of American children under the age of 2 have used a computer or mobile device, flouting the latest recommendations issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics. What do you think?

  • “What are they supposed to look at?”

    Rodrigo Gallego
    Notch Grinder
  • “It takes some brass balls to defy the American Academy of Pediatrics.”

    Dusty Baxter
    Railway Track Inspector
  • “Once they come out of the womb, they’re not my problem anymore.”

    Wendy Newberry
    Eyeglasses Salesperson

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