Researchers from University College London have observed that red light may improve eyesight for people over 40 years old.
- Long-wavelength red light can improve the performance of the retina after the age of 40.
- The ability to detect colors have improved by 20% for such people.
- The scientists say that this discovery could lead to home-based remedies for declining eyesight.
- 24 participants were included in this research.
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