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Blue light. Yeah, no.
uhm, bad science.
limiting screen time is important, but just bad science.
Also, spoons made me fat.
Ridiculous. Correlation is not causation.
Every observation is correlation between observed action and observed result.
Too small of a study. What other factors were controlled for. Was it a randomized double blinded study, or did the scientists who determine the time of onset for puberty also know which group each animal came from. Can these results be applied to human beings? These results need to be replicated in an independent separate lab, using exactly the same methods, and results compared to this study before suggesting that it is applicable to real world scenario. You didn’t even bring up this scientific methodology to qualify the trumpted headline. Bias is not controlled for as far as the information presented suggests.
Blue light or not, screen time affects humans on fundamental levels and it’s being proven every day. The shutdowns really showed this. Harvard also wrote about it, as did Mayo, Cleveland clinic and other seemingly reputable groups. Developmental delays while physically maturing too fast.. great combo…NOT!
I am more concerned about what the devices do to our eyes. However, your comment, Stumbling Duck, makes a lot of sense.
Don’t anything from a company called 41 Pushups, LLC
Who thinks up this crap?
People who are brighter than you are.
I guess the voting age should be lowered as well as the age of concent.
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