Cell Phones And Its Effects On Society

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The amount of time we spend staring at screens has increased dramatically in the last few years. Prior to having these technologies at the ease of hand people spend more time outdoors and being expose to healthy elements. The time we spent staring at screens the impacted the not just our vision, but also other parts of our body. As digital use increases, so do potential vision problems, including eye strain, cancer, bacterial infection and many other that has yet to be discovered. A bacterial infection such as MRSA and E. coli bacteria that could lead to vomiting and diarrhea. When it comes down to the health issue for the use of cell phones is it really worth making ourselves prone to some potential health issues that could be avoided. The International Telecommunication Union reported nearly 6 billion mobile phone subscriptions at the end of 2011. That’s 86 out of every 100 people worldwide, those including millennial and generation Z. It a pity that we are so uneducated on how the device we use for mass communication and ease of life can actually turn around and hunt us. Man’s most brilliant and successful invention, a device that can hold more data than our brain can hold in a lifetime made our life easier than ever. We can see places that we might not be able to travel to and meet people from all over the country. Billions of available knowledge and information that we can access to keep us on our feet. This ease of information and communication had allowed our vision

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