Are you a student? Do you have screen fatigue? Then why not try an audiobook?

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It’s not uncommon to have stinging eyes at the end of the day after spending hours working on a computer. This phenomenon can particularly affect students. Now, some are turning to audiobooks as a way to give their eyes a break while continuing to broaden their knowledge. The pandemic has led universities and other higher education institutions to favor video conferencing and online learning. But remote learning inevitably means spending more time on a screen. This is not without consequences for student health, in particular eye health. Dry eyes, twitching eyelids and recurring headaches may …

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