Updated: Apr 27, 2019
Using screens in a dark room was associated with worse sleep outcomes than using them with the lights on.
By Nicholas Bakalar - The New York Times
British researchers studied 6,616 children, average age 12, who reported their use of screens — mobile phone, tablet, e-reader, computer, portable media player, television or game console — during the hour before bedtime. READ ARTICLE HERE: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/05/well/family/screens-screentime-bedtime-sleep-children-quality-of-life.html