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More people under the age of 55 have developed cataracts due to long term use of electronic devices, an eye doctor said yesterday.
 
More people under the age of 55 have developed cataracts due to long term use of electronic devices, an eye doctor said yesterday.
 
European researchers said Monday that offering reading materials with wider spacing between the letters can help dyslexic children read faster and better.
 
Snubbing the outdoors for books, video games and TV is the reason up to nine in 10 school-leavers in big East Asian cities are near-sighted, according to a study published on Friday.
 
Seniors who take aspirin daily are twice as likely to have late stage macular degeneration, an age-related loss of vision, than people who never take the pain reliever, according to a European study.
 
Afghanistan struggles with severe lack of eye care options
Had they treated Nasaratullah sooner, the doctors might have been able to save the Afghan baby's eye, which was riddled with cancer.
 
Myopia among Hong Kong primary school children is worsening rapidly because they spend four hours a day playing video games or using computers, doctors said Wednesday.
 
Christopher Goodrich of Portland, Oregon, can't wait to stick a needle in his eye.
 
Older adults who eat fatty fish at least once a week may have a lower risk of serious vision loss from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), according to a U.S. study.
 
Headaches, dizziness from 3-D films may be sign of vision problems
Thousands of Central Floridians are flocking to multiplexes to watch fire-breathing dragons, blue humanoids and mythological creatures pop off the screen.
 
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