Lack Of Outdoor Activity Linked To Myopia

Lack Of Outdoor Activity Linked To Myopia
Gaming & Play
Dan Gould
  • 6 august 2008

A recent study has shown that children who play outside have less instances of myopia than those that spend more time inside. This does make a lot of sense. It could be inferred that the ones spending all that time indoors are most likely huddled over a computer, or playing vido games, or watching TV, or texting, etc. All activities that only use close up vision, and don’t utilize far vision.

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