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Taking a closer look at online learning

Do you remember? Just a little while ago, we tried to limit our children’s time on the tablets, phones and computers. Now we virtually do not have a choice.

Who would have thought last year that our kids would be sitting in front of a digital device, instead the classrooms? As well as not spending time with their friends and participating in outdoor sports and activities.

Now we don’t have a choice if we do not want them to fall behind and be prepared when things will return to normal.With that in mind, it is important to take some precautions to protect one of their most precious senses their eyesight.Look out for signs like dry eye, headaches, fatigue, just to name a few. If your child complains about a fluctuation in vision, then it might be time to call an eye doctor.

The constant use of tablets, phones and computers have risks; the good news is, that there is plenty of options to make it safe.Here are a few tips:

Follow the 20-20-20 rule. Have them stand up from the d...

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