Lower-income students in China found to have better vision than middle-class peers

A new study from China shows that nearsightedness, also called myopia, is twice as prevalent in middle-class students than poor students. This is the latest news on myopia, which has become an urgent research topic as rates of nearsightedness have increased so dramatically in the last few decades. Myopia afflicts a reported 80 to 90 percent of people in Asia and 40 percent in the US. —> Read More Here


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