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Eye Health

Sep, 2018

As a nation, our eye health is rapidly declining, with estimates saying that, by 2050, half of the world’s population will be - at the very least - shortsighted. The Eye Health report, published in The Sunday Times, explores the reasons behind Britons’ reluctance to have regular eye tests and debunks many of the most common eye myths. Also featured is an infographic on sight and the ageing population, as well as concrete advice on how diet can affect sight, how to learn to live with low vision, and what to consider when choosing glasses for children


From glaucoma to cataracts, incidence rates for the range of eye conditions worsen as people get older. An ageing population means a growing number of people will suffer from some form of sight loss in the future