Changing guidelines: How much ‘screen time’ do the children in your life get?

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MILWAUKEE -- The American Academy of Pediatrics is changing its guidelines when it comes to kids and screen time.

The organization used to recommend children two and under have no exposure to screens -- and older kids limit screen time to two hours a day.

Now, doctors are revisiting those rules saying, "In a world where 'screen time' is becoming simply 'time, our policies must evolve or become obsolete.'

Experts are now working on a more expansive set of guidelines which they hope to have out by fall 2016.

Maureen Fitzgerald, the woman behind the blog, "," joined the Studio A team via Skype with her thoughts.