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Given the increased availability of multiple devices we need to monitor how often children are using such technology, and the impact it has on their health. It is no longer sufficient to assess TV viewing alone. Data on other non-screen based sedentary pursuits (e.g. homework, reading, listening to music etc.) are also required. This is important given that children who engage in high amounts of screen time may be more sedentary in general.