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How Staring at Screens Affects Your Eyes

The effects may not be long-term, but doctors are seeing more people with screen-related vision problems

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IfIf you glance at the news today, order groceries, or schedule a playdate for your child, chances are you’re doing it in front of a screen. Research shows that the average American adult spends up to half their waking hours…




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