2 STASHED IDEAS
Our immune systems need interactions with good bacteria to work, which partly lies on physically meeting people and touching them.
Our current obsessions with avoiding physicial encounters with germs are not only slaying off "bad" bacteria, they're also massively killing the ones that are good for us.
In the long run, we may even make some really important microbes go extinct.
It's still a hypothesis, though. As long as doubt remains, we should all keep on washing our hands, putting on these pesky masks, and, yeah, also eating a healthy diet and doing exercise!
It's a story told by the blue-light-blocking glasses sellers that doesn't rely on hard evidence.
And no, looking at screens will probably not make you go blind either.
The only real issue here is eyestrain, which can happen in all kinds of situations, starting with driving.
Easy hack to avoid that :
"Every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break to look at something 20 feet away."
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