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Anglia Ruskin University. “Screen time linked to risk of myopia in young people: High levels of exposure can increase risk of short-sightedness by up to 80%.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 7 October 2021. High levels of exposure can increase risk of short-sightedness by up to 80% Date: October 7, 2021 Source: Anglia Ruskin University Summary: A new...
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Longitudinal Associations Between Screen Use and Reading in Preschool-Aged Children Brae Anne McArthur, Dillon Browne, Sheila McDonald, Suzanne Tough, Sheri Madigan Pediatrics Jun 2021, 147 (6) e2020011429; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2020-011429 https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/147/6/e2020011429 Video Abstract https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/147/6/e2020011429 What’s Known on This Subject: Book reading is a critical element of the home environment that promotes school readiness and academic achievement. With increasing use of media devices, longitudinal research is needed to determine if screen use...
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Velghe M, Aerts S, Martens L, Joseph W, Thielens A. Protocol for personal RF-EMF exposure measurement studies in 5th generation telecommunication networks. Environmental Health : a Global Access Science Source. 2021 Apr;20(1):36. DOI: 10.1186/s12940-021-00719-w. Abstract Background The general population is exposed to Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields (RF-EMFs) used by telecommunication networks. Previous studies developed methods to...
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Abeer El Zohiery, Yasser El Miedany, Tarek Elserry, Ossama El Shazly, Salwa Galal, Impact of electromagnetic field exposure on pain, severity, functional status and depression in patients with primary fibromyalgia syndrome,The Egyptian Rheumatologist, 2020,ISSN 1110-1164,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejr.2020.10.001.(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1110116420301253) Abstract Introduction Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a chronic condition characterized by generalized body pain, and mood disturbances of unknown etiology....
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With 5G IoT devices projected to hit 49 million units by 2023, researchers launch programs to keep IoT from becoming a blackhole of exfiltration. Open standards were supposed to drive interoperability of Internet of Things devices, allowing cybersecurity software to interrogate devices across the network. Many vendors even hoped to install apps or agents inside...
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INTERVIEWS 5G question 14TH SEPTEMBER 2020 Can 5G make organisations more vulnerable to cyber-attacks? asks Ronen Shpirer, Director of Solutions Marketing at the cyber company Fortinet. The roll-out of the 5G mobile network will offer the potential for download speeds of up to ten times faster than today’s, promising to change how we communicate, work and...
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Source: https://www.telecompaper.com/news/eu-starts-competition-inquiry-in-consumer-iot-market–1346840?utm_source=headlines_-_english&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=17-07-2020&utm_content=textlink Thursday 16 July 2020 | 16:25 CET | News The European Commission announced the launch of a competition investigation into the connected devices market. The open-ended inquiry focuses on wearables and smart home devices that can be connected with digital voice assistants or mobile phone apps.  Competition Commissioner Magrethe Vestager said she was concerned...
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By Catherine Sbeglia on JULY 9, 2020 GSA: 135 5G devices are already commercially available Earlier this week, the Global mobile Supplies Association (GSA) reported that there are now 317 devices around the world that support 5G. Of those, 135 are understood to be commercially available, up from 112 5G supported devices at the end of May. According to...
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Many thanks to Scott Compton for permission to repost. Scott is an EMR specialist and health coach.  “But what if people on the street suddenly became aware that their own digital toys might contribute to their lowered immune status, which may promote viruses, bacteria and molds to take root inside the body more easily. What...
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By  Dr. Devra Davis  01/05/20 AT 10:33 AM The ravaging fires of Australia’s drought-riddled bush provide a global warning. Amidst the largest mass evacuation in its history with no relief in sight, thousands of Australians are now forced to shelter-in-place, while others are crammed into seashores where they await rescue by naval ships. Their only hope is to wait...
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