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Technology and Your Child

With the rapid pace of technology, it can be a challenging task to monitor your child's exposure to different forms of media. What are the effects of media and technology exposure at varying ages and what can you do as a parent to regulate his or her interaction with technology tools? We've gathered a number of articles on these topics so that you can be thoughtful about your child's experiences with media and technology.

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