Sep 19, 2013 1:45 PM by Michael Handler; KSBY News
E-readers could help people read easier for people with dyslexia.
A study of more than 100 dyslexic high school students found more read faster and comprehended more text when using e-readers over traditional books.
Researchers say because e-readers display short lines with fewer words, readers can focus on individual words without getting distracted by text on the same lane.
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