The report also cited a study of 18 men kept indoors for 45 days who showed changes in eyesight toward myopia, mainly in men who were already nearsighted
The findings in the study, a review of previous studies that was published in Opthalmology, suggest to some experts that nearsighted
people -- a third of all US residents -- may want to undergo regular eye screening.
Debra Ronca, a contributor to the How Stuff Works website, says "Sitting close to the TV may not make a child nearsighted
, but a child may sit close to the TV because he or she is nearsighted
I only needed specs for reading, but as a result of wearing them all the time to try to look like Buddy Holly, I became nearsighted
That is great, since I am extremely nearsighted
and have problems with tiny words.
Small of build, nearsighted
and blessed with total recall, Joseph Bruchac was raised near Saratoga, New York, by his grandparents, who sheltered him from his abusive father.
In its online edition, the daily said the file described Kim as a slender man of about 170 centimeters with type O blood who is very nearsighted
It's just the thing for those of us who are so nearsighted
we've been turned down for common LASIK surgery.
It would be nearsighted
, if not hypocritical, to try to deny the future growth of our area.
Some CPAs think clients may view offshoring as one more nearsighted
approach that needlessly diminishes the U.
This conclusion can be attributed partially to a nearsighted
focus on SOX implementations employed by many of these management teams, which--per published polls and interviews conducted for this article--still seem to hold the view that internal controls and related governance activities are little more than a necessary evil.
She becomes entangled in a web of lies and deceit stretching from the communist blacklists in the fifties to the nearsighted
actions of the Patriot Act.