by Ben Worthen | The Wall Street Journal | May 22, 2012

The iPad and similar touch-screen devices allow children to interact with technology at a younger age than ever before. Pediatric neuroscientists and  researchers who have studied the effects of screen-time on children suggest the children’s interaction with iPad is different.

CMCH Director Dr. Michael Rich, talked about this controversial issue in a live chat. Read more about the discussion on toddlers and touch screens.

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