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It is significantly easier to find things when wearing my glasses. Unfortunately, this technique does not work when looking for my glasses.

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Suffering from a lack of vision.

Not really, but I couldn’t come up with a less dramatic sounding title.

I need to get my eyes examined is what’s really going on. I think my prescription has shifted a bit, but when I compare my old glasses to my newer glasses, the old glasses win. 437 more words

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Higher education levels linked to increased nearsightedness

Myopia – or nearsightedness – is a common condition that affects around 42% of all Americans. Now, new research suggests that higher levels of education and more years spent in school are linked with a greater prevalence and severity of the eye condition. 418 more words

Jason E. Reynolds MD

Higher education levels linked to increased nearsightedness

Myopia – or nearsightedness – is a common condition that affects around 42% of all Americans. Now, new research suggests that higher levels of education and more years spent in school are linked with a greater prevalence and severity of the eye condition. 418 more words

Comprehensive Medical Associates

Higher education levels linked to increased nearsightedness

Myopia – or nearsightedness – is a common condition that affects around 42% of all Americans. Now, new research suggests that higher levels of education and more years spent in school are linked with a greater prevalence and severity of the eye condition. 418 more words

Davis Medical Clinic

Higher education levels linked to increased nearsightedness

Myopia – or nearsightedness – is a common condition that affects around 42% of all Americans. Now, new research suggests that higher levels of education and more years spent in school are linked with a greater prevalence and severity of the eye condition. 418 more words

Dr. Vera A. Meier-Bennett

Higher education levels linked to increased nearsightedness

Myopia – or nearsightedness – is a common condition that affects around 42% of all Americans. Now, new research suggests that higher levels of education and more years spent in school are linked with a greater prevalence and severity of the eye condition. 418 more words

Pediatrics