American Survey Highlights Personal Misconceptions About Visual Acuity

Forty-four percent of adults worldwide think that if they can see O.K., they have good eye health. They're wrong. A recent survey conducted in the U.S. for the Vision Care Institute, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson, looks at this and other misconceptions people have about vision.

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