News.com reports that prolonged exposure to technology such as home video game systems, computers, cell phones, etc., has doctors, therapists, and researches wondering if all of this tech use is injuring the nation’s youth. They expect a rash of new injuries as a result of repetitive stress in the coming years. A study taken in Australia in 2000 showed that 60 percent of students aged 10-17 showed evidence of back and neck discomfort while using computers. However, while conclusive research is lacking on the issue, researchers are still concerned nonetheless about the ergonomic hazards youth face when using technology…