New guidelines recommend getting children's vision screened
New guidelines supported by American Academy of Paediatrics recommends getting a child's vision checked starting at the age of one. The old guidelines called for screening at the age of five, which leaves 78% kids to never get screened in pre-school.

Doctors emphasize that the earlier you start screening, the more efficiently and effectively your kids can be treated if there is a problem, particularly as they're growing accustomed to iPads, iPhones and other screens earlier in life.
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