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Dyslexia not linked to eyesight, says study | BBC News

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They found that those with dyslexia were no more or less likely to have any sight or eye-related problems, such as short or long sightedness, squints or difficulties in focusing.
“Some practitioners feel that vision impairments may be associated with dyslexia and should be treated. However, our study results show that the majority of dyslexic children have entirely normal vision on the tests we used,” said Cathy Williams, lead author and a paediatric ophthalmologist.

For the full story, visit the BBC website: Dyslexia not linked to eyesight, says study | BBC News

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