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MARYVILLE, MO (2010-08-13) The tax free holiday is passed, but parents are being reminded of another important back-to-school item on their checklist: eye exams.
Nearsightedness is the most common problem in children which could cause big problems once your student is back in the classroom. Dr. Bradley Davitt is a pediatric eye doctor in Missouri and says even pre-school children can get tested no age is too young. Doctors say even conditions such as "Lazy Eye" can be corrected if caught early.
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