CMCH’s David Bickham, PhD, was among the experts quoted in The Globe and Mail‘s article on screen time for kids. He noted that it’s not about the screen as much as it is what you do with the screen.Read the full article at The Globe and Mail.
In response to the Center for a Commercial Free Childhood’s petition to the FTC against Baby Einstein videos’ claims to teach babies, Heffner wrote a column on so-called learning apps. She quoted CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, from his PBS interview.Read the full article at Taunton Daily Gazette.
Reporter Caitlin Byrd reflected on a speech by CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, in which he taught pediatricians in North Carolina the basics on child health and media.Read the full article at Mountain Xpress.
CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, appeared on New England Cable News to discuss the television commercial for Hello Flo, a subscription program for women on their periods. He noted that the humor in the commercial was a great way to reduce the stigma young girls feel when menstruating. Watch the video below or read a transcript hereRead the full article at NECN.
CMCH Director Michael Rich, MD, MPH, appeared on Nebraska NET, a PBS station, to discuss the controversy surrounding tablet apps designed for babies. Watch the video below or read the transcript here.Read the full article at NET Nebraska.