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‘People better start listening’: WHO introduces strict guidelines for children

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Children under the age of one should not be allowed to watch TV or use smartphones under strict new World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines.

WHO advises children between the ages two and four should not be exposed to any screens for longer than an hour per day.

They say too much screen time is harming children’s social skills and development.

Former co-founder of a successful software company David Gillespie tells Ben Fordham technology is becoming the new addiction.

“When an organisation of that stature says that, people better start listening.

“This software uses every single thing we now know about how the human brain works… to make sure that these apps are highly addictive.”

He tells Ben the difference between a boy’s and a girl’s brain.

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