Excessive use of smart phones can lead to brain cancer among youngsters

Education has changed a lot over the last couple of decades. Institutional based education is still present. However, there is more focus than ever on learning at home, continuing one’s education, and using the Internet for the immense information tool that it is. Apps are an important and growing medium for providing educational content to children, both in terms of their availability and popularity.
On the flip-side, A recent study says that there is a very high percentage of increase in the risk of brain cancer among teenagers due to excessive use of smart phones. Children would suffer serious threats to their health as a child's skull is thinner and easily penetrated by harmful radiation. Such radiation is causing irreversible damage to the human DNA, especially of youngsters. It is also responsible for a high increase in sleep disorders and neurodegenerative diseases.
So, is there a solution to protect youngsters from these harmful radiations and reduce the stress on their delicate eyes from the usage of a smart phone. A smart solution could help in reducing the risk.

“Using learning Apps through Fo-Fi Android Box would be an ideal and smart solution.”

Teachers can communicate with children about their educational needs, parents can stay up to date on their child’s education, and kids can get the attention they need in order to get better education without having the stress and risk of getting exposed to harmful radiations emitting from a smart phone.

Parents, students, and teachers can all interact with one another on the big screen of their TV instead of a small screen of their phone.

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