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Why children’s vision problems are often overlooked

Why children’s vision problems are often overlooked-CBS News

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About 40% of Americans have myopia, affecting more than one-third of teens and early teens. Both rate and severity have risen since the early 1970s, but many children have not had their right eye examined. Dr. Ann Smars, an ophthalmologist and spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology, will attend “CBS This Morning” to discuss why it is important for children to test before returning to school.

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Why children’s vision problems are often overlooked

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