Dear doctors, is it safe for a child to read books from a tablet / e-book?

Dear doctors, is it safe for a child to read books from a tablet / e-book?

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answers (3)

Answer 1
May, 2021

The relative safety of e-books has already been discussed here. I would like to focus on other gadgets: tablets, smartphones, computers. Modern children use all of these electronic devices. Their danger to vision lurks in the blue-violet radiation of the screens, which can damage the cells of the retina. Many adults who use computers have experienced the negative effects of such radiation. Because children's lenses are less dense and let in more light, their eyes are more exposed to harmful blue-violet light. Any child needs computer glasses. Now there are spectacle lenses for children that block the dangerous radiation from digital screens. I highly recommend that parents choose good quality goggles for their children using Light Scan technology. Such glasses can be both for the correction of myopia or hyperopia, and with zero diopters, for children with one hundred percent vision.

Answer 2
May, 2021

Not a doctor, of course, but an active user of an e-book. If the reader is on electronic ink, then reading is no more harmful than a paper version, because of the E-link technology itself. For such a book you need a light source, just like for an ordinary book, it is as close as possible to the books we are used to.

Answer 3
May, 2021

Safe if you follow the recommendations that apply to reading in general, such as sufficient light, not lying down, take breaks after long reading, and so on - you can read about the rules of safe reading here.

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