Ever wondered whether letting your child have the iPad whenever they want is harmful to their health? Tune in and watch this video discussing the relationship between cell phone use and its potential effects on your child.
This video was made by McMaster University Demystifying Medicine students Sandra Yousif, Hajer Nakua, Nimi Patel and Nivy Pattathil
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