Quote:"This new study, which appeared in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, followed 259 lower-income families in New York, most of whom spoke Spanish as their primary language at home. Other studies examining higher-income families have also come to the same conclusion: TV watching not only isn't educational, but it seems to stunt babies' development.
// Keep your babies away from the TV
// Interesting article. First, it starts out noting that extending jobless benefits does have a negative impact on employment. But the article finishes with other studies showing just the opposite. Who's right? The study with the huge sample size based on real world results, or the studies based on Macroeconomic theories and equations? Guess what answer the journalist who wrote the article believes.
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