Getting a Handle on Your Screen Time

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The average American spends about NINE hours a day on screens, and many find that to be normal. David Murrow can relate. He shares from his personal experience and forty years in the TV business about the negative effects from overuse of technology.
15 Apr 6PM English South Africa Society & Culture · Religion & Spirituality

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