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    Studies have shown that engaging in near work increases a child’s odds of developing myopia (nearsightedness). Read on to learn what you can do to help preserve your child’s future eye health and vision.
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    Soft multifocal lenses can be used to halt the eye elongation responsible for myopia. This not only corrects your child’s vision, but also slows or stops myopia from progressing altogether.
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    There are several ways to manage myopia (nearsightedness), but are they appropriate for children with dry eye syndrome? In most cases, the answer is ‘yes.’
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    Orthokeratology. Ortho-k. Overnight lenses. Dream Lenses. No matter what you call them, these custom-fitted contact lenses are worn solely at night, allowing both children and adults to see clearly during the day without glasses or contacts.
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    As a parent of a nearsighted child, you can be proactive about preserving your child’s eye health and vision. Read on to learn about myopia management, and whether your child could be a candidate.
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    Orthokeratology, also known as “ortho-k”, is a safe and effective method of correcting vision while slowing the progression of myopia in children. If you are the parent of a nearsighted child, learn how ortho-k can also help preserve your child’s eye health.
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    By slowing myopia progression early on, you can significantly reduce your child's risk of developing sight-robbing eye diseases later in life. Read on to learn about the various myopia management treatments in use, and their associated benefits.
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    CooperVision's MiSight 1 Day Contact Lenses are daily single-use contact lenses shown to significantly slow the progression of myopia in children.
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    Eyeglasses and standard contact lenses help children and teens with myopia (nearsightedness) see better, but do nothing to slow myopia’s progression. In contrast, orthokeratology (ortho-k) slows down myopia using custom-fitted gas-permeable contact lenses designed to be worn overnight.
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    A comprehensive explanation of the mechanics of ortho-k.
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    Atropine therapy are prescription eye drops that have been shown to stop or slow down the progression of myopia (nearsightedness).
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    The overuse of digital media in today’s day and age is not without concern, especially for children. While these devices have improved our lives in many ways, certain physical and mental problems can result from overexposure to screens. By following the following measures and tips, you’ll keep your tech-savvy child seeing clearly and feeling healthy.
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    Ortho-k overnight lenses provide a perfect solution for athletes with myopia. They eliminate the need for wearing glasses or contact lenses during the day while ensuring stable, clear vision and safety when playing sports.
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    Vision Correction is used to correct refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism (when light enters the eye incorrectly), or presbyopia (farsightedness due to aging). Read on to learn all about surgery-free vision correction.
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    Take the Myopia Questionnaire to assess the symptoms of your eyes that could be hindering the quality of your vision.