In the presentation, a Chinese study was cited, of 80 nearsighted
children between the ages of seven and 11.
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.
The adjustment for nearsighted
pilots (can see better at near than in the distance) depends on how nearsighted
you are, and if you have astigmatism.
"Sitting close to the television may not make a child nearsighted
, but a child may sit close to the television because he or she is nearsighted
and undiagnosed," she reports.
I'm certain that intelligent folks who deny that evidence are motivated by purely economic factors (and nearsighted
selfishness, since the worst effects won't be felt within their lifetimes).
With animator John Hubley, Kaufman created the 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.
They found that babies born in June and July were the most likely to be myopic (nearsighted
) and those born in December and January least likely.
Vivian Vande Velde Harcourt, 2005, $17.95 978-0-15-205311-6 Grades 6-8, After nearsighted
Wendy finds a pair of magic glasses on her front lawn, site wears them to visit her grandmother in the nursing home and ends up involved with elves, dragons, a mischievous "spreenie," and time travel.
Shame on us for being so nearsighted
as to lose view of their genius, common sense and the true meaning of their doctrines.
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.