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Re-Wiring Our Kids

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American data shows teenagers consume an average of almost 11 hours of digital media every day.
A Canadian survey from 2012 shows teens use their smart phones... not ipads or laptops or tvs, just their phones...an average of five hours a day on school days.
So what affect is all that technology having on brains that are still developing?
This week on Atlantic Voice, Pauline Dakin speaks to some of North America's leading thinkers on the issue.

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