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What a turn-off

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Monday is the start to National Turnoff Week, an annual initiative to urge people to turn off their televisions and computers.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health urges families to spend time outside instead.

Statistics show that execessive TV watching is linked to childhood obesity, and can lead to poor school performance, sleep problems and less imaginative play among children.

Will you turn off your TVs and computers? At my house, we may try a little restrainst but probably not an all-out ban.

Susan Simpson

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