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Have you noticed your child squinting, sitting too close to the TV or having trouble reading?
Those are telltale signs that your child may need glasses.
August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month. It’s the perfect month to think about eye health, as many kids are due for back-to-school physicals.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology offers four signs that a child may have vision problems:
Don’t rely on your kids to tell you they’re having trouble with their sight. They may not realize they have a vision problem.
The American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus lists the main reasons kids might need glasses, including:
Make sure your child starts the school year off on a healthy note! Ask your pediatrician or family doctor about your child’s vision.
Learn more about our comprehensive eye care.
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