How to Protect Your Child’s Eyes During Virtual Learning

  The American Academy of Ophthalmology wants parents to know that too much screen time and virtual learning can be tough on their children’s eyes, causing muscle strain and tired, dry eyes, which can lead to headaches and blurry vision. The academy shares a back-to-online checklist for protecting your child’s eyes, which includes things like setting a timer to take a 20-second break from the screen every 20 minutes, alternating an e-book with a real book and...

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