Does Television Help Babies Learn?

Parents are usually faced with many challenging decisions when it comes to their child’s education.  These tough decisions start at a very early age for their children especially since most researchers agree that the first five years of a child’s life are the most important for growth and development.  One of the biggest decisions might just be about something as simple as whether or not to expose your child to television programming at an early age. 

How does TV affect babies younger than 2 years old?  Does educational programming actually increase a child’s IQ score?  Does it diminish a child’s intelligence quotient?  Have no affect whatsoever?

WebMD published an interesting study indicating that watching television at a very early age has no significant effect on a baby’s growth. 

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