Strong children myopia increase in Spain, research finds

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A fifth of Spain’s schoolchildren suffer from myopia, whose incidence over the past six years has increased by 17.8 percent. So says this year’s edition of the “Barometer of Myopia in Spain,” a report put out by the Alain Afflelou Foundation and Madrid’s Complutense University. Myopia is most prevalent (30%) ...

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