Also, many parents buy videos that they think can make their kids smart. The bad news is, the majority of experts think that a TV/video-driven culture has bad effects on kids – and may prevent kids from being smart.
They cite the following: For more on how to make TV a more helpful rather than a harmful tool for making kids smart, see tips on how TV can be good for your child or if you have a baby, see the effects of TV on baby.
Click here to learn how to manage your child’s tablet and smartphone screen time.
Some people believe that watching TV is good and makes life more enjoyable; others, however, think it is a waste of time. Everyone likes to sit in front of their television sets.
Drinking milk in adulthood is not natural to us, so the milk sits in the stomach for too long and the sugars in it ferment, which can cause bloating and gas. It doesn’t make your bones any stronger When you are a child, your bones are still growing, so the calcium in milk is needed to promote the healthy development of new bones.
When we grow older, though, we get more than enough calcium from a balanced, healthy diet, so the extra calcium that milk provides is just not needed anymore.There are plenty of informative programs that also provide a reasonable amount of entertainment.For example, the channels Discovery and Animal Planet provide entertainment as well as information.Surprisingly, the researchers also found that substituting soda with milk made very little difference to the children’s weight gain. Milk increases the risk of heart disease All dairy products are high in cholesterol and saturated fats, and that can lead to clogging of arteries and heart disease.Even just a single glass of 2% milk contains just as much fat as three rashers of bacon.In some homes, the television is perpetually “on” even without anyone watching.It is common for parents and caregivers to use TV as a substitute babysitter.Updated May 11, 2019 by Ronaldo Tumbokon It is hard to avoid television if you are a kid.People in the house are usually tuned in to TV – siblings as well as parents.If we set aside enough time for other more important activities like work or studies, television will have no negative impact on us.To conclude, I neither agree nor disagree with the argument that watching television is good for us. If we limit our screen time and choose the programs and channels wisely, television will be good for us.