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Pandemic isolation at home and remote learning have pushed children even deeper into a world where they spend too much time on their electronic devices.

So how do parents steer kids back to a world of face-to-face social interaction and real-world experiences?

Dr. Keedra McNeill, a pediatrician with Kaiser Permanente, joined Mae with a look at the impacts of this trend.