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  1. NLM Digital Collections - The state of obesity : better policies for a healthier America : 2016 
    Publication: Washington, DC : Trust for America's Health, September 2016
    ... Education (Ages 0 to 5) Physical Activity (PA) Screen Time (ST) Child and Adult Defined PA: State Mixture of Screen ... requires mixture Outdoor PA: Activity: State Time: State screen-time to Children Under of Two: State limits has licensing vigorous ...
  2. NLM Digital Collections - F as in fat : how obesity threatens America's future : 2012 
    Publication: Washington, DC : Trust for America's Health, September 2012
    ... of Transportation and the Corporation for and limit screen time for children in child National and Community Service. care settings. ... districts in Tri-County, Colorado 30 minutes of screen time per week for children substantially enhanced school district well- over two years ...
  3. NLM Digital Collections - The state of obesity : better policies for a healthier America : 2017 
    Publication: Washington, DC : Trust for America's Health, August 2017
    ... Time (ST) Defined PA: Mixture of Screen Time Screen Time Limits Child and Infant Screen Time State defines PA Activities: State Infant Varied Defined: ...
  4. NLM Digital Collections - Lead poisoning : federal health care programs are not effectively reaching at-risk children : ... 
    Publication: Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box 37050, Washington, D.C. 20013) : The Office, [1999]
    ... at 1 year of age. We considered a screen to be on time if a child was screened at age 1 year and 2 ( ...
  5. NLM Digital Collections - F as in fat : how obesity policies are failing in America : 2009 
    Publication: Washington, DC : Trust for America's Health, 2009
    ... infants. I Parents and guardians should limit their children’s amount of screen time so that kids see fewer advertisements for unhealthy ...
  6. NLM Digital Collections - F as in fat : how obesity threatens America's future : 2010 
    Publication: Washington, DC. : Trust for America's Health, June 2010
    ... children are exposed to food advertising. To reduce screen time, re- searchers recruited about 200 families with children ages 6-9 to participate in a randomized ...
  7. NLM Digital Collections - Defense health agency : oversight needed to better ensure that children are screened, tested, ... 
    Publication: Washington, DC : United States Government Accountability Office, July 2022
    ... MTFs. DHA's guidelines adopt CDC recommendations regarding the time frame to screen children and the type of testing that should be ...
  8. ... ages 2 and 3 would enable providers to screen for developmental problems during a critical time in the child’s development, and at an age when children are ...
  9. ... local business volunteers. activity must be included on child care schedules and prominently posted; and screen time must Conclusion be limited. Meals and snacks served ...
  10. NLM Digital Collections - The state of obesity : better policies for a healthier America : 2018 
    Publication: Washington, DC : Trust for America's Health, September 2018
    ... policies that limit the for nutrition, activity, and screen time ability of local communities to improve regulations covering child care and day the health of their residents. ...
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