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TV over exposure making children anxious, says government report

Children who spend too much time watching television or playing computer games could be at a higher risk of anxiety and depression.

That's according to a report from Public Health England which says a link between time spent in front of screens and lower levels of well-being among children is a major cause for concern.

It's launching a new campaign encouraging families to adopt healthier behaviors ahead of the new school term.

Louise Kadayer is a Christian and Child Psychologist. 

She has just written a paper on the subject and speaking on Premier's News Hour had this advice for parents:

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