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Parents rely on TV to help them perform balancing act, researchers say

By Barbara F. Meltz
Globe Staff / May 25, 2006

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Television is so woven into the fabric of family life in America that parents can't imagine managing without it and are willing to overlook its potential risks to their children, according to a report released yesterday. (Full article: 728 words)

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