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Here is a link to the media release from the University of Central Florida who did the research:

University of Central Florida researchers are part of a team who has found that there’s no one-size-fits all approach to digital reading and that adjusting font style and size can increase reading speed while maintaining comprehension. Think of it as prescription glasses for a digital world.

People can take the five-minute Virtual Readability Lab tests to discover the font and spacing that will help them read better.

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