• What is Color Blindness?

    Color blindness occurs when problems with color-sensing pigments in the eyes called cones prevent the ordinary perception of color. A person with color blindness might only see a shade of blue, green or red, or might not see one of those colors at all. Ninety-nine…

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  • The Science of Colorblindness

    In an earlier blog, we discussed what it meant to be colorblind, how often it occurs and what misconceptions there are. Although there isn’t any eye care treatment for colorblindness, the science behind what causes it is very interesting and worthy of further…

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