Tuesday December 18, 2018

Video: Increased Screen Time for Kids Can Cause Permanent Eye Damage, But Not Anymore!

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With the popularity of video games and online activities, dry eye is becoming increasingly prevalent in children and teens glued to their screens. The condition can cause permanent eye damage. But, now there’s an app for that.

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