Is your technology killing you?: The Telegraph

As a New York surgeon detects a new phenomenon known as 'text-neck' syndrome, we take a look at some of the other technology-induced health risks

Cell Phone Study Sparks Action: Carnegie Mellon University

Simply listening to a cell phone while driving can cause drivers to commit errors as if they were under the influence of alcohol.

iPad generation sees huge rise in back and neck pain: The Telegraph

The number of young people seeking help for back or neck pain has risen 60 per cent in the past year, driven by sedentary lifestyles and the use of technology

Does staring at screens all day really damage your eyes? We asked an expert: Digital Trends

The amount of time we spend staring at screens has increased dramatically in the last few years.

Text neck: how smartphones are damaging our spines: The Guardian

Constantly looking down at an angle places enormous strain on the spine and can result in permanent harm, according to a new report

How smartphone light affects your brain and body: Business Insider Singapore

There’s something incredibly powerful about the blue lights that the designers of our smartphone, tablet, and laptop screens have been able to create.

Outdoor Play Keeps Myopia At Bay

Every bit of time spent outdoors can make a world of difference: outdoor activity is important to maintain a healthy eye and body.

Device Use or Device Abuse?

Devices can be a friend and a foe, balance is key: using devices in a healthy and proper manner is of utmost importance.

The Screen Time Dilemma

There is more than meets the screen: the problem of excessive screen time is widespread.