More vision problems are emerging in children following increased screen time – BenefitsPro

September 14, 2021 by No Comments

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Screen time for children escalated significantly over the past year as many schools switched to virtual learning environments and embraced digital learning tools. With routine activities for children limited, extra hours of socializing and gaming online increased as well. Now, the consequences are starting to emerge—and eye health has taken a big hit.
Related: How to reduce employee eye strain during the pandemic

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