A new study sounds like good news about screen time and kids’ health. So does it mean we can all stop worrying?

A newly published study in the journal PLoS ONE suggests spending time on screens is unlikely to be directly harmful to young children. The US study attracted global attention, as screen time has been commonly blamed for disrupting the healthy habits of our youth. Headlines announced “Screens are not as dangerous as you think”, “Screens […]

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U.S. auto retailer AutoNation beats profit estimates on surging car prices

AutoNation Inc (AN.N) on Thursday reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and unveiled an additional $1-billion share buyback program, as the largest U.S. auto retailer benefited from surging car prices on tight inventories. Consumer preference for personal transportation since the pandemic outbreak and a global chip shortage that has led to auto production cuts across the […]

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