Excess daily TV may lead to antisocial behavior in children

03/25/2013 | DailyRx.com

Five-year-olds who watched television for more than three hours daily were slightly more likely to manifest antisocial behavior by age 7 than those who watched less than an hour a day, U.K. researchers have found. They reported in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood that playing video games was not associated with an increased likelihood of behavioral problems.

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