An incredible 90 percent of primary-school kids in Singapore suffer from myopia, or near-signtedness.
In Australia, the reverse is true: Only 10 percent of kids the same age are near-sighted.
The reason, according to a new study conducted by the Australian National University is that Singaporean kids get only about 30 minutes of sunlight per day, whereas Australian kids get about three hours per day.
Kids in African spend even more time in the sun, and only about 3 percent suffer from myopia.
The reason is that direct sunlight stimulates the production of dopamine, which prevents the eyeball from growing elongated and distorting the eyes' focus.
Long story short: Kids need a lot of sunshine every day.
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