We are all quite literally becoming more myopic
U.S. · WORLD
March 2, 20206 min read1137 words
Published: March 2, 2020  |  6 min read1137 words
The Future The nearsighted population has increased by 14 percent in the U.S. and almost 15 percent in western Europe. Is society on the verge of going blind? Shutterstock How far can you see?More than 32 percent of the world’s population has myopia, or nearsightedness, according...
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Takes a scientific statement like: might lead to, and makes it a declarative statement of cause and effect as if it's been proven. Little in way of evidence, since statistics are reliant upon people who have access, as can be seen from the myopia is apparently increasing more in developed nations. Does not factor in access to eye care could increase how many people get diagnosed and get fixes for issues they would have ignored previously. Most studies documented are inconclusive and yet author is trying to draw conclusions anyway.
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