Are e-readers harmful to eyes?
According to Harvey Moscot, a New York City–based optometrist, the answer is no, not in moderation.
Excessive amounts of time spent in front of a laptop, e-reader or smart phone screen can cause computer vision syndrome (CVS).
Of course, any large amount of time (two hours or more) spent in front of screen from a laptop, e-reader or smart phone can cause computer vision syndrome, CVS. This syndrome, otherwise known as CVS, is a repetitive-stress condition characterized by uncomfortable side effects such as headaches, blurred vision, and eyestrain.
Learn what you can do to prevent CVS while using e-Readers. Click here.