Subject: Screen-time | Nutritional diseases. Deficiency diseases | Early childhood | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Television | Deprivation | Sedentary behaviour | Prospective longitudinal | RC620-627 | Ethnic minority | Research
Abstract Background Excessive screen viewing in early childhood is associated with poor physical and psycho-social health and poor cognitive development. This study aimed to understand the prevalence, trajectory and determinants of television viewing time in early child... View more
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