Smartphones may be harming children's vision

Staring at small screens is having alarming effects on the way kids see, according to a new study from Japan.
0:54 | 12/26/18

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In today's tech bytes the Smartphones. Harming the vision of children new research from Japan says staring at small screens is having alarming effect on the way kids see. It's as two thirds of high school students have less than 20/20 vision they're blaming it all on too much game. In the meantime it Ilan mosque is offering a look into the future this. Face Xbox posted this photo showing a prototype of the starship rocket Lusk says it will be used for flights around the moon and to Mars. SpaceX plans begin testing the design next year. Finally it labor genie is said to be working on something special. Legendary Italian carmaker reportedly has plans for a new model that glows in the dark the price stake. City be brilliant as well about two point six million dollars. Word is incandescent car will debut soon it was going to be lineup for that. Does your type by.

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