Survey shows most women unaware of their risk for permanent vision loss

Only 9% of American women realize they are at greater risk of having permanent vision loss than men, according to a press release Prevent Blindness. The survey, conducted by Harris Poll from Jan. 24-28 among 2,039 U.S. adults age 18 years and older, found that 86% of women incorrectly believe that men and women are at an equal risk for permanent vision loss and 5% believe men are at greater risk.

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