Play outside more to help prevent short-sightedness: study

Myopia: little boy looks through magnifying glass
Spending more time playing outside could protect children from short-sightedness as they grow up, according to a study published this week by Professor Mingguang He from the Centre for Eye Research Australia. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, examined the effect of 40 minutes of additional outside activity daily on

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