Media Moment: Playing Attention and Finding Your Why

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Dear Reader, Welcome to June’s Media Moment! This month, Beth Karnes, the CMCH Parent Network Chair, shares a moment when her preschooler understood why it can be wonderful to be outside, without TV. These stories are meant to help create a village square of commiserating and co-celebrating the many ways media intersect with the lives… Read more »

Media Moment: Memories of Media-Free Meals

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Dear Reader, Welcome to May’s Media Moment! This month, A. Crowley, a graduate student intern at CMCH, reflects on the important role media-free family dinners played in her life. 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… Read more »

Media Moment – Cooking Up a Virtual Appetite

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Dear Reader, 2014 marks the beginning of CMCH chronicling monthly ‘Media Moments’. These posts will be about real-life experiences (the good, the bad and even the funny) involving media and child health. These stories are meant to help create a village square of commiserating and co-celebrating the many ways media intersect with the lives of… Read more »

Media Moment – Privacy is as privacy does

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Dear Reader, 2014 marks the beginning of CMCH chronicling monthly ‘Media Moments’. These posts will be about real-life experiences (the good, the bad and even the funny) involving media and child health. These stories are meant to help create a village square of commiserating and co-celebrating the many ways media intersect with the lives of… Read more »