Q: I am 14 years old, and currently debating my choice of friends. They all play first-person shooter (FPS) games, while I choose other kinds of games. They often tell me how great their games are but criticize mine. When they clamor for the new Call of Duty, I freak out over the new Sonic… Read more »
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The history behind the Center on Media and Child Health’s logos: Atmosphere BBDO out of New York, now called Atmosphere Proximity, created the original logo of the Center on Media and Child Health (CMCH) in 2004, thanks to the generous support of Advisory Board member, Andrew Robertson. The logomark consisted of colored bars behind a… Read more »
Dear Reader, Welcome to September’s Media Moment! This month, Kristelle Lavallee, CMCH’s Content Strategist, shares a story about children integrating media into their daily life activities, including cooking! These stories are meant to help create a village square of commiserating and co-celebrating the many ways media intersect with the lives of children. Please comment and… Read more »
Michael Rich, MD, MPH of Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and The Harvard School of Public Health is “The Mediatrician”. He discusses where to find back-to-school tips for healthy media use. For more information and to submit your questions please visit Ask the Mediatrician.