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  1. Futuristic Contact Lenses Could Change Children’s Eye Shape, Prevent Nearsightedness

    I've always been able to count on my eyes to do two things, be bad and get worse. Pretty soon, though, kids may no longer have to worry about the second one. A team of scientists from the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry is set to unveil their prototype for a new sort of contact lens that changes the shape of the wearer's eyes, preventing their nearsightedness from getting worse.

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  2. Up to 90% of Asian Schoolchildren Have Myopia

    According to a recent study published in The Lancet, up to 90% of Asian schoolchildren are nearsighted -- another way of saying they have myopia. If it wasn't already a stereotype, it is certainly fast on its way to becoming one. The cause for such an epidemic is a somewhat unlikely culprit yet a dastardly one all the same: Increasing educational pressure. Yes, learning will make you go blind.

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