With the increase in screen time, blue light has become somewhat of a buzz word. However, screens aren’t the only source of blue light. In fact, the sun gives off 10x more blue light than screens do, and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) also emit a small amount of blue light. With all these sources emitting this potentially damaging light wave, what can you do to protect you and your family’s eyes? Continue reading Blue Light Protection: What Are Your Options?
There’s been a lot of talk about the overall increase in screen time over the last year. Many are concerned about its effects on our health – whether it’s related to our sleep, brain, eyes, or overall health. What’s even more concerning is the unknown “long-term” effects that we may not know about yet. While we can’t be sure of the impact screens can have in the future, here’s what you need to know about screen time and eye health now. Continue reading What to Know About Screen Time & Eye Health
We love to hear how our products help people continue to do the things they love, and we know you love hearing from real people how our products work. We designed EyePromise® Screen Shield™ Pro to help those who experience digital eye strain. Here’s what some of our Twitter followers have to say about it. Continue reading Twitter Talk: Screen Shield Pro
In the midst of virtual learning, social media, and socializing with friends, kids are virtually always on screens. This much screen time concerns many parents, so we asked our Scientific Advisory Board to answer the top 5 questions searched on Google in relation to kids and screen time. Continue reading Top 5 Google Questions: Blue Light and Kids’ Eyes
The coronavirus outbreak has affected many different aspects of life. One of the most heavily affected areas is sports. From long breaks during the height of the pandemic to playing in empty stadiums, sports have had to adapt and maintain the latest COVID regulations and then some. While many would consider esports relatively unaffected by these new regulations, it’s still taken a toll on the experience for the players involved. However, that didn’t stop the 11 teams from competing in the new Call of Duty League. Continue reading Who Won the 2020 Call of Duty League Championship?
Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, screen time has increased exponentially in many households, and with some children going back to school virtually, screen time seems nearly unavoidable. With an increase in device use comes an increase in concern about what this screen time means for our health and wellbeing, particularly for our eyes. The EyePromise® Screen Shield™ line offers 2 products designed to support the eyes during screen time through essential nutrition. Continue reading Screen Time Protection for All Ages
Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as “unhackable” software. Even the most sophisticated technology has loopholes, and kids are bound to find them out. Although children continue to be resourceful and determined to break through screen time restrictions, we’re sharing 11 ways to help keep them from unhinging their limitations. Continue reading Hack the Hackers: Fight Back Against Screen Time Bypasses
In our previous blog in the series, we talked about ways to bypass screen time limiting apps. Today, we explore the ways kids are getting around more screen time regulations for YouTube, voice messaging, and more.
Continue reading Ways to Bypass Screen Time Apps: App Exploits
There are several ways kids can break through screen time regulations set by parents by using/changing settings on their devices. Continue reading Ways to Bypass Screen Time Apps: Device Hacks