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Outdoor Play Keeps Myopia At Bay

Article roundup: every bit of time spent outdoors can make a world of difference: outdoor activity is important to maintain a healthy eye and body.

Increasing time outdoors can reduce the incidents of myopia in children

There are worries that the surging number of people with myopia, commonly known as short-sightedness, could be linked to an environmental trend rather than pure genetics..

90% of 18-year-olds in parts of Asia are short-sighted, with the likely culprit being lack of exposure to direct sunlight

Kids seem to spend endless hours on smartphones, games consoles, computers and tablets these days.