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By Kelly Herdrich, Contributing writer
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1. Be a role model. When kids are around, set an example by using media the way you want them to. Keep mobile devices away from the dinner table, turn the TV off when it's not being watched, and use a DVR to record shows to watch later. 2. Start good habits early. The secret to healthy media use is to establish time limits and stick to them. Start when your kids are young by setting screen limits that work for your family's needs and schedule. And don't just talk the talk — walk the walk!
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