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    Whether or not they actually work is best left to studies, but here's how computer glasses are supposed to work, and how a healthy computing lifestyle can make a difference.
    Blue light emitted from PC screens can cause eye fatigue, and with many of us sitting in front of monitors for hours on end, it can only be a good thing to reduce the amount of blue light hitting the eyes. Thankfully, monitor manufacturers are rolling out new screens that include some protection, but even with the new technology, it's still possible to come away feeling drained.
    This is where computer glasses come into play, marketing a more comfortable viewing experience. Here's how they're supposed to work.

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    02-22-2018 11:20 AM

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