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Pros and cons of giving iPads to infants

It seems like everyone has an iPad these days, even small children, but how young in too young?

Fisher-Price has a new product called the iPad apptivity seat. It's a traditional baby bouncy seat that also holds a iPad or tablet mere inches from the child's face. Also on the market, the iPotty, a training seat with an iPad stand.

They are designed for babies and toddlers, it also comes with free apps that include "music and sounds" and "colors and patterns."

The American Academy for Pediatrics recommends children under two should not be left exposed to screens.

Some doctors we spoke to say they are okay with the technology in moderation.

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