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  1. photo Sunlight is GOOD for your eyes! Lower risk of nearsightedness associated with more time outdoorsSunlight is GOOD for your eyes! Lower risk of nearsightedness associated with more time outdoorsNews
    Sunshine can reduce eye problems, new research shows. In addition to the many benefits of being outdoors, a study has now shown that nearsightedness, also known as myopia, was less common amongRead more
  2. photo Epidemic of indoor eyesight damage caused by children not spending time outdoorsEpidemic of indoor eyesight damage caused by children not spending time outdoorsNews
    recent study published by Ulster University found that the rate of short-sightedness among young people has doubled in the last 50 years. 23 percent of British 12- and 13-year-olds now suffer from myopiaRead more
  3. photo Technology, indoor lifestyles destroying humanity's eyesightTechnology, indoor lifestyles destroying humanity's eyesightNews
    For a long time, we believed that short-sightedness, or myopia, was largely down to our genes. However, over the past 50 years, myopia has doubled among young people. This raised the questionRead more
  4. photo This Vegetable Gets Even Better With Cooking! It Is Recommended To Cancer Patients!This Vegetable Gets Even Better With Cooking! It Is Recommended To Cancer Patients!Treatment
    reduces the risk of glaucoma and cataracts, assists in the preservation and improvement of vision and reduces myopia – especially in children. Beta carotene is desirable in the nutrition of the cancerRead more
  5. photo Acupuncture: From quack science to proven medical treatmentAcupuncture: From quack science to proven medical treatmentNews
    • Gastrointestinal disorders• Tennis elbow• Paralysis from stroke• Sciatica• Osteoarthritis• Myopia• Insomnia• Inflammation of the eyesAcupuncture has also been foundRead more
  6. photo Darkness for Health? 3 Reasons to Turn the Lights OutDarkness for Health? 3 Reasons to Turn the Lights OutArticle
    cancer rates , circadian rhythm , effect of light , effects of light , flourescent light , light , melatonin , myopia , nightlight , pineal gland , prolactin , sleep debt , sleep deprivation , sleepRead more
  7. photo C’mon, C’mon Now Touch Me: The Healing Power of MassageC’mon, C’mon Now Touch Me: The Healing Power of MassageArticle
    Sure, it’s progress. But medical science’s myopia in the name of health and longevity has led to a number of casualties including natural plant medicines and folk remedies to an often overlookedRead more
  8. photo ‘Type A’ Personalities Are So 1992: Why (And How) to Chill!‘Type A’ Personalities Are So 1992: Why (And How) to Chill!Article
    anyway? Listen. Type As tend towards myopia—but just because someone else has a different approach doesn’t mean it’s wrong or incapable of working. In fact, it might expand your horizon and help youRead more

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Myopia

Disease

Myopia, also called near- or short-sightedness, is a problem with the focusing ability of the eye. It is when the eye is not able to focus properly on objects in the distance. This condition is very common and it often occurs with many members of the same family. It happens when the cornea becomes a different shape (too curved) from normal or when the eye is longer than normal and so causes...More