Lens looks OK for short-sighted children

The progression of myopia – or short-sightedness – in children can be slowed or even halted by wearing special contact lenses that gently reshape the front surface of the eye during sleep at night, a new study suggests.

The finding suggests that orthokeratology (OK) lenses may help to reduce the growing incidence and severity of myopia throughout the world, and especially in Asia.

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