From addiction expert Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, a startling argument that technology is profoundly affecting the brains of our children- and not for the better.
“Glow Kids is a paradigm-shifting, mind-bending account of excess and tragedy that should serve as a clarion call to rethink our ever-evolving relationship with technology.” -Dr. Howard Shaffer, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
“Glow Kids amply and connivingly documents the potential connections between screen time and a number of mental health conditions including depression, ADHD, aggression, and even psychosis. Every parent and teacher and those who work with youth should read this book.” – New York Journal of Books
“Details how compulsive technology usage and reliance on screens can neurologically damage the developing brain of a child the same way that drug addiction can.” -Vice
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras is an internationally renowned clinical professor at Stony Brook Medicine. Considered a leading expert on kids and digital addiction, he has clinically worked with more than one thousand teens during the last fifteen years and has written about the subject for Time, Scientific American, Psychology Today, Salon, and FOX News, and has appeared on Good Morning America, ABC’s 20/20, the CBS Evening News, CNN, FOX & Friends, NPR, and in Esquire, New York magazine, and Vanity Fair.