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Technology varies in impact on teen health

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Everyday, students include technology in their daily routine. Whether it’s checking Instagram or taking pictures, students use technology and screens a substantially large amounts. Although technology benefits students, it can also hurt the students’ health and social wellbeing. Using screens in large amounts can damage the eyes and also decrease sleep. However, technology can be beneficial to students’ health. Apps can help with tracking exercise or nutrients. Over all, technology can benefit the health of students, but an excessive amount can lead to issues with health.

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Morgan Grim, Photo Editor

Morgan Grim is in 11th grade and a Photo Editor for the Pony Express. She writes for the people and focus department. Grim participates and track, volleyball, and weight lifting. Outside of school she enjoys to play club volleyball and do makeup.

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