Screen time of primary-age children increased by an hour and 23 minutes a day during the pandemic

Warnings of square eyes may be losing their effect, as primary school-aged children had the biggest increase in daily screen time during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new study has found that children aged between six and 10 spent an hour and 23 minutes more staring at screens each day – the biggest jump of all demographics.

However, according to scientists at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, increases were seen in all age groups, including adults.

This was not only due to spending more time…

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