Device may detect children's eye problems earlier

10/6/2008 | CNET

A new portable device could detect vision problems in children before they are even aware their eyesight has been affected. The device -- to be demonstrated in Boston this week -- uses an infrared light to perform a quick, noninvasive pediatric eye exam, its creators say.

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