The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced its annual list of the most-dangerous products for children, which includes the most widely used devices.
The CDC said that computers are “one of the biggest threats to the health of children today,” but also highlighted some other devices that are just as dangerous as those listed.
According to the CDC, the most common devices are “personal mobile phones, laptop computers, tablets, digital cameras and digital printers, and digital video recorders.”
Among the most frequently used devices are the Sony Xperia XA, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Note 3, and the Apple iPad mini 3, the CDC said.
These devices have been found to be among the most commonly used among children ages 4 to 12 years old, according to the report.
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