Vision problems are quite common among children and teens.
They can affect everything from reading to sports performance, and some types of vision problems can lead to serious problems down the road.
Early signs of vision problems include squinting or rubbing eyes, headaches, poor coordination, trouble focusing, difficulty seeing close up, and having blurry vision.
If you notice one or more of these signs, it could mean there is something wrong with your child’s vision and you should have their eyesight examined as soon as possible.
If you think your child might have vision problems, please talk to your doctor about what tests he or she may need.
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