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# screen time

This year
# screen time
Poll: Do you limit your screen time on your smart devices?
Let us know.
Last year
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FAI say LOI TV season pass axed to protect match attendances
Meanwhile, RTÉ will show 15 league games live on television in the 2022 season.
All time
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Toddler tablet use linked to behavioural problems – study
Researchers said that increased screen time has ‘multiple risks’ for child wellbeing.
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Toddlers who view screens for over three hours a day are 'less physically active at age five'
That’s according to a new study carried out on 500 children.
# screen time
Children who own mobile phones at younger age perform worse in reading and maths tests
New research has found that four in 10 children in Ireland own a mobile phone by the age of nine.
# Study
Guide suggests not enough evidence that screen time is harmful to children's health
Published by the RCPCH the guide consulted 109 children and young people across the UK.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you plan to cut down on screen time in 2019?
Many people spend several hours a day on smartphones and other devices.
# screen time
Now you can finally limit how often you use apps on your phone
Here’s how to use Screen Time if you’re an iOS user.
# get off your phone
Here's what happened when I tried to curb my 7 hour-a-day phone habit
Average results, to say the least.
# screen time
Do you think apps that limit screen time actually make any difference?
Apple have just released a new feature that might get people to put their phones away.
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eir Sport to show all of the USPGA Championship but BBC viewers will get just 6 hours
Virgin Media customers won’t see a lot of golf this week.
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Giving toddlers tablets and smartphones can 'harm their speech development'
Every half hour a toddler spends with a smartphone increases their risk of delayed speech by 49%, say researchers.
# Oh Sugar
Children who spend more time on phones and tablets are 'more likely to develop diabetes'
Researchers have said limiting usage of electronics can help stave off future health issues.