Kids are doing a majority of their learning, playing, and exploring online—and while devices are a great way to help kids broaden their horizons, too much screen time can also be harsh on young eyes.
Screens aren't going anywhere, but there are things you can do to resist the effects of harsh, high-energy emitting screen light and prevent computer eye strain.
Our bodies are programmed to start producing melatonin as it gets dark outside. Consequently, getting adequate natural sunshine when it’s light and establishing a consistent sleep schedule is paramount to aligning your circadian rhythm...
We wanted to bring to your attention that an added benefit of wearing protective eyewear during this time lies in the relationship between the transmission of the coronavirus and your eyes.
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