Refractive error is a common term used in the ‘medical’ community when discussing myopia. The whole premise is a ridiculously stupid as it is flawed, and in this most eloquently scientific and unbiased article we’ll […]
Having tens of thousands of regular readers of the endmyopia bloglet has some distinct benefits for all of us, as a community.
One of those benefits being the many many eyeballs looking at the vast amount […]
Want clinical science confirmation that active focus (as we like to call it), is a relevant and productive concept in reducing human myopia? Yes? Then this post is for you!
Active focus is a core concept […]
Today we’ve got a very interesting one, showing very clearly that minus lenses cause children to get myopic faster – and conversely that *not* wearing glasses, while already mildly myopic, slows myopia progression.
Yes, maybe […]
TL;DR: Human eyeball axial change goes both ways. Yes it does. Go to the end of this article for clinical evidence.
There are various levels of critic when it comes to endmyopia (and being awesome).
We should acknowledge […]
A contact lens, specifically marketed to children, said to prevent high myopia?
Coopervison MiSight contact lenses present a complete paradigm shift in commercial, mainstream myopia control. They should be making news worldwide for their break with […]
Are your glasses way too strong? How can you tell? And if they are, is that a (huge) problem?
These are questions most people don’t ask.
And yet this is exactly where mainstream optometry myopia treatment and […]