Most of us can’t escape having to use digital screens in our everyday lives. So you may be tempted to reach for blue light blocking glasses to help your eyes. An ophthalmologists discusses.
Kids are stuck at home with no school? A pediatric psychologist offers 12 screen-free options to keep them busy, without being bored!
Video games can be intense. And for some kids with pre-existing cardiac conditions, the excitement can be too much for their bodies, particularly their hearts.
Environmentally friendly and cost-effective LED lights are lighting up our lives. But are LED lights bad for you and your retina? Read more about the recent studies pointing to a problem and screen time recommendations to protect your children’s health.
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Kids of all ages spend a lot of time glued to their screens these days. Get some tips on how to encourage them to love the outdoors, despite the lure of technology.
Many parents have likely given their child a device or screen to entertain or occupy them, but some estimates suggest kids are watching 5-7 hours of screen time each day.