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The Computer Vision Syndrome Antidote with Researcher Dr. James Stringham

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According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Computer Vision Syndrome affects about 90% of the people who spend three hours or more a day at their computer or other display devices. The average American adult spends 11 hours a day in front of an electronic screen, cell phone, tablet, computer and TV, while children are exposed 6.5 hours, and even toddlers receive an average of 2.5 hours of damaging blue light every day.

Electronic devices use “blue light” to produce high-energy bright whites on the screen which have been found to damage the retina. Everyone is at risk. Computer Vision Syndrome has replaced carpal tunnel as the #1 workplace complaint. In addition, blue light exposure has been correlated with earlier onset of macular degeneration—down from age 65 to 60 years.

Today's special guest is Dr. James Stringham, Research Professor at the University of Georgia. He’s a leading expert in Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and new research to prevent and treat this growing epidemic among adults and even children. He will be discussing the effective, natural antidotes he has discovered that act as a nutritional filter against high-energy blue light emitted by cell phones and computer monitors.

 

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