I started wearing glasses when I was 10. I remember having difficulty seeing things at distance, including the teaching board in class.
In just the five years between 2010 and 2015, the number of U.S.
Around 2012, something started going wrong in the lives of teens.
In her practice, my friend Victoria Prooday, OT is seeing something so widespread and alarming that I asked if I could share her thoughts.
The perennial debate of how technology interacts with our biology is even more pertinent in the case of the iPhone.
Digitally distracted parents, sedentary indoor lifestyle, inadequate sleep, etc are some of the factors which resulted in an increase in child mental health problems including depression, ADHD, suicide rate.
Leading child psychotherapist Julie Lynn Evans believes easy and constant access to the internet is harming youngsters.
Health experts explain why "just getting glasses" for myopia is no longer good enough and what's driving myopia.