Difference between being Blind and Vision.

Myth: Someone who is blind can see nothing at all. Fact: Many people who are ‘legally’ blind may still have some remaining vision. If someone tells you they’re blind, you should not be surprised if you find they still have some useful sight

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by wearing reading glasses it is the most common way of dealing with presbyopia.

Wearing reading glasses is the most common way of dealing with presbyopia. This is a temporary solution. The advantage to glasses is that you can do that dramatic stare or removal when deemed necessary.

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General Facts vs Myths Number 6.

Myth: Sitting too close to the TV will damage your eyes Fact: A Television does not cause eye damage Kids often sit “too” close to the TV simply to become more engaged. This isn’t known to cause any human health issues. This myth had its origin back in the 1960s when General Electric sold some novel color TV sets that emitted excessive amounts of radiation (as much as 100,000 times more than was considered safe). GE quickly recalled and repaired the faulty TVs, but the stigma stuck to this day.

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