Most parents are concerned about the impact of Health Apps on their children, but not against its use


WASHINGTON, ANI: In Washington, most parents are concerned about fitness apps that have become a popular tool for teens and adults to track weight loss, sleep and even the menstrual cycle. According to the CM Matt Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health in Michigan Medicine, most parents are concerned about the possible effects on the health of children between the ages of 8 and 12. However, despite the concerns, parents are not against using the app.

According to research, two-thirds of parents are concerned about inappropriate advertising targeting children and three-quarters agree that children are worried about their weight by tracking their eating habits.