14 Million Americans Have Vision Problems and Don't Even Know It

An estimated 14 million Americans are visually impaired, and 78 percent of that group have uncorrected vision problems, like farsightedness. The National Institutes of Health arrived at those numbers based on reports of more than 13,500 patients who participated in visual acuity tests from 1999-2002. And it was the first national survey measuring America's vision problems in at least three decades.

Just think, those numbers don't include all the people who have "corrected" their vision but may be worsening it by wearing glasses or contact lenses.

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Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 295, No. 18, May 10, 2006: 2158-2163

Science Daily May 10, 2006

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