Myopia and Light

Myopia and Light

February 03, 2019

Experts had assumed that elevated rates of myopia (near-sightedness) are due to the many hours young people stare at computers and other screens.

But a recent study published in JAMA Opthalmology suggests that a greater factor may be a side effect of all that screen-watching — it’s keeping children inside. Myopia rates among students have skyrocketed to 90% in some countries.

This new study joins a growing body of research indicating that a lack of direct sunlight may reshape the human eye and impair vision.

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