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The true relationship between screens, books and nearsightedness

Excessive use of screens causes ‘eye fatigue’, but there is not enough data to conclude that it leads to nearsightedness. Image: PEXELS/George Dolgikh

Conchi Lillo
Profesora titular de la Facultad de Biología, investigadora de patologías visuales, Universidad de Salamanca
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Graph showing the correlation between cheese consumption and deaths by becoming entangled in bedsheets
Correlation between per capita cheese consumption and deaths by becoming entangled in bedsheets. Image: Tyler Vigen / Spurious Correlations


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