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The eyes have it: Is technology an eye-strain?

3:11 PM, Feb. 16, 2013
Bessie Allen Middle School students Tyler Sabel, front, and Dakota Schraufnagel use iPads in class. Experts say staring at a screen all day is causing eye problems for youth.
Bessie Allen Middle School students Tyler Sabel, front, and Dakota Schraufnagel use iPads in class. Experts say staring at a screen all day is causing eye problems for youth.
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Classrooms around the country are becoming increasingly high tech with smart boards, tablets and other digital tools.

As a result students spend much of their time learning and socializing in front of a screen.

While these devices greatly enhance learning they also increase the challenges posed to students' healthy vision and eye health. ...

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