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Aging & Eyes

Vision issues change with age. For children, myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism are primary concerns. In our 40s, we likely will need progressive lenses. In our 60s, cataracts are a major concerns. No matter what your age, find helpful answers to age-specific vision questions here.

Children's Vision
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Your infant's vision development: What to know

Learn how your baby's vision develops in the first year of life and how to spot infant vision problems.

A child staring at a tablet screen while in bed.

Is too much screen time bad for kids?

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A guide to children's vision problems

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Teen's Vision
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Vision over 40
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Vision over 60
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