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Smartphones Carry the Risk of Transient Blindness
It’s fair to say that every adult stares at their smartphone far too often; some people spend over six hours a day on their phone. Smartphones are still relatively new, which means researchers are still learning the costs of having convenience at our fingertips. Well, troubling news for people who use their phones excessively, LED lights in device screens could damage the retina leading to eventual blindness.

“Transient” blindness, occurs when blood flow to the eye is restricted, what is known as ischemia.

If you have lost vision in one or both eyes, SDCB can help you in a number of ways.

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