Smoking can harm: The first one probably doesn’t come as a surprise.
It’s due date that counts: If your baby is born premature, you should measure their milestones.
Vision is developing: During the first few months of a baby’s life, their vision is still forming.
Eyes should focus: By three months, however, an infant’s eyes should start working.
Babies see in 3D: By five months, babies are able to see in 3D.
Color is fixed: By nine months, a baby’s eyes have almost turned their final color.
Watch for misalignment: Once your baby becomes a toddler, it is time to keep an eye.
Keep measles in mind: Bear in mind, too, that measles is the leading cause of childhood.
Many kids are farsighted: Many school-age children are farsighted, rather than shortsighted.
Good screen hygiene matters: Encouraging your child to practice good screen hygiene.
Less obvious symptoms: Some symptoms of childhood vision problems are obvious.
Vision problems: Contrary to popular belief, vision problems, including jerky eye movements.
Children can get cataracts too: Again contrary to popular belief, children can get cataracts.
Blue light is not dangerous: Blue light is not necessarily bad for your child’s vision.
Photos can help diagnose vision problems: If you take a photo of your child and notice a white.