Health star ratings Kellogg reveals the cereal

Health star ratings Kellogg reveals the cereal

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Today’s young generation has changed the mobile phones usage. It has become more of a toy for them that they can use any time, explore, contact and send messages to their friends without knowing its pros and cons.

Living in the 21st century of iPads and iPhones and newer technologies, we must be aware of what our children are watching on the smart phones, as excess usage of mobile phones is harmful for them due to the high radiations. We should also restrict the use of mobile phones by the children by providing them the time limit for every activity they can do daily, with this they will learn the importance of time and discipline.

We all are aware of the consequences of game ‘Blue Whale’ invented by a Russian lady named Ilya Sidorov. Around 130 children worldwide (5 children in India) had committed suicide after playing this game, because they didn’t get to know when they enter their mind and get trap to reach at the top level. Whole day their mind is in the game only, how to be on the top and they are unaware of the surroundings.

We need to always keep an eye on our children-what they are watching on mobile phones-to prevent them from any danger and teach them lessons of life and help them differentiate between the real and fake.

Children are the future of our nation so we need to be protective and cautious about them so they don’t get harm or spoiled. All new technology is introduced to make our living simple but in another way they are creating trouble in our life by their high radiation. So it is important to know their use but in a way that they don’t harm our mind and body.

There is no doubt that the new apps have made the learning simple and easy and we are thankful to the upgrading technology, if we remain aware of the pros and cons and how to use them, then we get more benefits from it then any harm. In this fast moving world we want everything fast and readymade.

 

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