Children who do more close-up activities such as reading and workbooks will be more likely to be nearsighted later in life, according to the study. The study looked at birth order and nearsightedness in about 90,000 people ages 40 to 69.
Children who do more close-up activities such as reading and workbooks will be more likely to be nearsighted later in life, according to the study. The study looked at birth order and nearsightedness in about 90,000 people ages 40 to 69. Autumn Cruz Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Children who do more close-up activities such as reading and workbooks will be more likely to be nearsighted later in life, according to the study. The study looked at birth order and nearsightedness in about 90,000 people ages 40 to 69. Autumn Cruz Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Health Bites: Early reading may lead to nearsightedness

November 02, 2015 8:00 AM

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