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SINCE WHEN IS TV A NEED?
The Baltimore Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Subjects: Public works
Author: Schaub, Diana
Date: Jan 15, 2009
Start Page: A.21
Section: Editorial
Abstract (Document Summary)

It is strongly correlated with poor school performance (and the average child spends more hours per year in front of the tube than in a classroom); it is linked to the upsurge in obesity and poor eating habits; it can cause "mean world syndrome" (a form of depression brought on by too much violent local news); and it harms family life, friendship and citizenship.

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