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Visual acuity is one of the most basic visual functions, yet it can be affected by a range of conditions.It is one factor that is frequently used by medical professionals and medical researchers to improve our understanding of the brain and the body.But what exactly is visual acuracy and why is it important to our […]
If you have visual processing disorder, you might be wondering how to spot it, according to the New York Times.In a piece published Friday, the Times wrote that the symptoms are similar to those experienced by the visually impaired and people who are blind.The symptoms include difficulty recognizing faces, and a tendency to misread colors.They […]