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Chinese leads world in eye health awareness


12th October 2020

Chinese leads world in eye health awareness

By Cai Wenjun

Chinese people have the highest awareness of eye health, according to a survey covering over 6,000 adults from the United States, Japan, China, Germany, Russia and the UK.

According to the survey by Johnson & Johnson Vision, more than three-quarters of Chinese adults surveyed said they viewed eye health as important for their overall health while over half of them recognized that good vision improved their overall quality of life.

China leads the world in attention to eye health care with 63 percent of respondents in China getting an eye examination at least once a year. In the US the figure is 53 percent, Russia (49), Japan (43), Germany (37) and the UK (34), according to the survey released in Shanghai on Monday.


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