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4 Ways to Use Devices at Night Without Wrecking Your Sleep

This week we're providing a series of Vulture Hacks: expert advice, gear guides, and recommendations to help you maximize your entertainment experience. You've likely heard that you shouldn’t use your phones (or tablets or laptops or anything else remotely fun) before bed, since staring at screens at night can and ... More »
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