Vision Problems in The US

2,069,403 people age 50 or older have late AMD (age-related macular degeneration) a 25 percent increase.
24,409,978 million people age 40 and older have cataracts a 19 percent increase.
2,719,379 million people age 40 and older have open-angle Glaucoma, a 22 percent increase.
7,685,237 million people ages 40 and older have Diabetic Retinopathy and 89 percent increase.
Close to 175,000 American preschoolers struggle with common, but unrated, vision problems, a new report warns – and that figure is expected to rise significantly in the coming years.
The analysis projects that the number of cases of uncorrected poor vision in this very young population will jump 26 percent by 2060.
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