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WHO’s full guidelines on physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep for children under five years of age
The World Health Organization provides an in depth look at the need for physical inactivity in children age five and under.
Mark Hertzgaard, Mark Dowie
The inconvenient truth about cancer and mobile phones
One of the largest conducted experiments on the health effects of mobile phone radiation, omitted from the largest news sites in Europe and the US, finds a link between cancer and mobile radiation.
Like guns, social media is a weapon that should be regulated
Information blackouts vs. social media blackouts: a Sri Lanken approach to the controversial topic.
Putting Down Your Phone May Help You Live Longer
Smartphone overuse interferes with a number of aspects of our life. New research shows that cortisol, a stress-based hormone, may have more to due with longevity than previously thought.
Children struggle to hold pencils due to too much tech, doctors say
Overuse of technology by children prevents proper developement of finger muscles and dexterity.
Employees waste 759 hours each year due to workplace distractions
Think Money found that as much as one third of workers are distracted at work up to three hours a day of 2,000 people surveyed. Only half of those surveyed work productively for over six hours.
Leisure is Our Killer App
Humans have the edge against the advancing technologies taking over jobs. The question is, are we aware of it?
Stop putting your babies and toddlers in front of screens, WHO advises
The World Health Organization published recommendations regarding physical activity and screen time for children under five years.
Think You're Discreet Online? Think Again
Privacy isn't a one-person task anymore. An investigative article dives into privacy and what is required in order to be discreet online.
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Charles Hymas, Mike Wright
Social media firms barred from using 'addictive' features to keep children online in new legal code
Data watchdog, Elizabeth Denham, calls for tech firms to avoid using endless scrolling, reward loops, ending encouragement for children to spend hours online.