Childhood computer uses leads to increased adult cancer risk?

And what would be the biological mechanism for that?

[The Mirror]

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3 responses to “Childhood computer uses leads to increased adult cancer risk?

  1. Westchester Bill

    Computer and Cancer both begin with the letter “C”.

  2. This is the problem when scientists stop using the proven scientific methodology and just start making shit up. Now anyone can.

  3. Fact is, when my generation (pre-computer) were kids, all children up to the age of eighteen (and beyond for four out of five i.e. 18 being about the age of getting a motor licence) were outside most of the time playing ball games and riding bikes, and PRETENDING to hunt and kill each other – in other words building up their bodies, muscles and immune systems. Now they sit around twiddling their computer and I-whatever whatever thumbs. At least their thumbs wont get cancer. No surprise that cancer is on the increase – and diabetes. It’s gonna get much worse, believe me.

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