Your son explains that all of the years playing with your iPhone in a restaurant and playing “educational” games on the tablet you bought him when he was 3, have damaged his eyes.
Blue light emitted from these devices was the cause.
If you had known this at the time, his eye damage could have been avoided with a simple blue light filter for a nominal fee of less than $10. He tells you that 燈泡 he doesn’t blame you because the industry knew and ignored the risk.
You think back to all of the times you handed him your iPhone, or your spouse’s Android, to keep him occupied at dinner with the relatives, at ball games, and while shopping.
You remember the number of times you opened an app for him or a video on Amazon Fire and Amazon Kids.
You recall the time, you and his mother, bought him his own tablet to keep him entertained and how you bought the kids a tablet or iPad so they would leave yours alone.
No one ever told you that his iPad tablet or the Android device, you had lying around the family room, would hurt your son.
You ask yourself, how did this happen? You feel guilty and full of remorse.
You are a good parent. You were very contentious of everything your son did and what he ate.
You made sure he studied, was involved in extracurricular activities and every opportunity was available to him.