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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Brian Alexander
"On the other hand," Alexander wrote, "he wondered how parent distraction and device interruption may affect the development of subtler skills in children, such as empathy and ability to read the vocal, eye and facial cues of others."
Watching families in fast-food restaurants doesn't say too much about how they are in other settings or at home, he added.