8 October 2019
Source: Science Direct.
Amanda N.Frencha, Regan S,.Ashby, Ian G.Morgan, Kathryn A.Rose Highlights • Children who spend more time outdoors are less likely to become myopic. • This protection appears to be due to time outdoors, rather than engagement in sport. • Effect sizes suggest that more time outdoors could reduce myopia in children. • Dopamine release may be stimulated by bright outdoor light,Read more Science Direct: Time outdoors and the prevention of myopia