There are children labeled as lazy that what they have is a vision problem (not sight)


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Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General, has explained that it is unacceptable that more than 800 million people have difficulties in their daily activities because they cannot afford prescription glasses to, for example, correct their myopia . WHO tips for caring for eye health They have also pointed out the need to pay attention to other eye conditions that may seem less important, but still are, such as dry eye and pink eye . In the report, the WHO has offered some advice to reduce the risk of developing some pathologies; For example, in the case of myopia, they explain, it could be reduced by increasing the time we spend outdoors, and to prevent diabetic retinopathy, it would be enough to maintain regular visits to the ophthalmologist and have diabetes controlled . WHO recommends that national health services facilitate access to eye health centers and implement them in health systems, promoting prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of visual problems and eye care among their inhabitants. .

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