....The overall prevalence of undercorrected refractive error was highest in Indians (25.1%), followed by Malays (22.2%) and Chinese (19.7%). .... increasing age, Indian race, lower education level or poorer housing, having refractive errors, and not wearing optical corrections were significantly associated with increasing undercorrected refractive error...
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...Lately 3D seems to be taking over our entertainment industries. And why wouldn’t it? There’s a great sense of wonder when viewing our favorite movies, television shows and video games in 3D.
Some jobs require the appreciation of 3D, and even classrooms are incorporating it into their daily work. Unfortunately, some people aren’t able to perceive depth in 3D, or three-dimensional, entertainment.....
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