Young Hispanic children are more prone to astigmatism

10/13/2010 | Reuters

Hispanic children are more likely than their black peers to have astigmatism, and researchers said genetics likely is part of the reason. Astigmatism was found to be most common in the first year of life, declining in later years as the eyes mature.

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