We are living in an extraordinarily digital age. Thanks to technology often small enough to hold in one hand, we can video chat across oceans, stream lectures online to thousands and read entire books on one screen. It’s all shaping the way our world works, learns and socializes.
But this digital world poses a potential risk to our eyes.
In a 2013 survey conducted by The Vision Council, many Americans reported spending 6 to 9 hours a day in front of digital devices — and the percentage of adults spending 10 or more hours in front of screens is inscreasing.
Published in 2014