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ABOUT COLOR BLINDNESS


EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COLOR BLINDNESS

Whether you live with the condition or not, color blindness can be a confusing topic. Simply put, color blindness is an eye condition that stems from faulty cone cells in the retina, making it difficult to differentiate between colors. While there is no cure for the condition, special contact lenses and glasses can be helpful.

There are many different names for color blindness, including:

  • Dyschromatopsia (dichromic)
  • Defective color vision
  • CVD (color vision deficiency)
  • Poor color vision

You get the picture. But what causes color blindness? Are there different types of color blindness? Can it be treated? This article answers these and many other questions related to color blindness.

Read the full article about color blindness here.

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