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Seven hours and 38 minutes is how much time kids ages 8-18 spend on average each day consuming media, such as watching TV, listening to music, and using a computer, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation study. What are the consequences?
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The music blared as the spinning instructor yelled at us…
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