In this podcast Richard and Will discuss how our eyeballs lose their natural spherical shape by looking close all the time (become nearsighted or myopic) and how we can correct for that by simply looking into the distance more often. They also explain how strong iris or pupil muscles can make vision sharper. In the question of the week, Richard and Will answer a seemingly paradoxical question about how we are both overusing and underusing our central vision.
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