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The Relationship Between Vision Issues and Learning Difficulties

Children have no idea they have vision problems. They think the way they see is perfectly normal. How would they know the difference? Parents are usually the first to notice their child is having vision issues and understand the relationship between vision issues and learning difficulties.

Child looking closely at screen from myopia.

Myopia vs Progressive Myopia: What’s the Difference?

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is one of the most common refractive errors that affect vision. Nearsighted children see near objects very clearly, but they have trouble seeing objects in the distance. For some nearsighted children they appear blurry, while others can’t see them at all. Adding one more thing into the mix is whether it is

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How To Prevent Myopia From Getting Worse

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a refractive error in which children and adults are easily able to see things in their near vision, however, it is more difficult to clearly see things in the distance. Several recent studies both in the US and other countries show that the prevalence of myopia in children is growing at