Spending too much time with a smartphone or tablet can interfere with developing social interactions.
Spending too much time with a smartphone or tablet can interfere with developing social interactions. Mitchell Haindfield flickr / Creative Commons
Spending too much time with a smartphone or tablet can interfere with developing social interactions. Mitchell Haindfield flickr / Creative Commons

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