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Posted by Wired on Wednesday, September 06, 2019 07:02:20What is your vision problem?
Some people have problems with vision.
Others have a vision problem and the problem is different from what’s called an ‘intellectual disability’.
But for many people, the vision problem can be an intellectual disability.
In this article, we’ll tell you about what we know about vision problems.
Why is vision so important?
Vision is crucial for your overall health, but it also helps to keep you alive.
For example, a person who loses vision can suffer from pain, which can cause a loss of function.
In addition, if your eyes are permanently damaged, you may develop a range of other conditions, including hearing loss, vision problems and other health problems.
In the United States, vision is an important part of people’s lives.
As the most common type of vision loss, it affects one in four people.
There are more than 1.7 million people in the United Kingdom who have a genetic defect that makes it harder for them to see, according to the Royal College of Optometrists.
The risk of vision impairment increases with age.
The National Eye Institute (NEI) estimates that the prevalence of vision disability in the U.S. is approximately one in five.
However, this is a rate that’s rising.
According to the U, there’s no evidence to suggest that this trend will change.
What are the causes of vision deficits?
There are two main reasons why people with vision deficits can’t see clearly.
One is a genetic condition that causes a gene that makes people less able to see.
Another is a hereditary condition that affects how much a person’s eye has grown in over the years.
What is the difference between an intellectual and an intellectual-disease disability?
The terms intellectual disability and intellectual disability are often used interchangeably, but the differences between them are subtle.
They’re based on how the person with the disease can see, not how well he or she can read.
For instance, an intellectual condition can be a visual disability, but a genetic disability can be either one or both.
What’s more, the symptoms of a genetic or hereditary intellectual disability don’t necessarily indicate that a person has a serious visual problem.
The NEI and other research groups have identified more than 2,000 genes that affect vision.
This list is based on the most widely used tests for identifying a genetic risk for a visual impairment and how that risk is associated with other risk factors for vision impairment.
For more information, visit the NEI website.
What causes vision loss?
The retina, which contains your eyes’ light-sensitive cells, makes up the most important part (or ‘substance’) of the human eye.
This is where light enters the eye and is converted into electrical signals called electrical signals.
There’s also a part called the optic nerve, which is responsible for controlling your vision and for other functions such as hearing and smell.
The retina can make up about 10 per cent of the brain, but about a third of the rest of the visual system is composed of nerve cells called cones, which respond to light.
These nerve cells are also responsible for the movement of light and shade.
These nerves, which are the nerve cells that produce the signals that control vision, are the part of the retina that responds to light and shadow.
The retinal ganglion cells (rGCCs), which are responsible for covering the cones, also make up a third or less of the body.
This means that there are two parts of the eye, which also includes the eye’s skin, called the cornea.
The skin is the other important part, and it covers most of the central part of your eye, called your pupil.
The cornea is the outer layer of the lens.
This layer contains the light-absorbing cells, called photoreceptors, and the pigment cells that make up the lens and dark area.
The dark area contains the lens’s dark pigment cells and light-emitting cells called rods.
The rods are the most photoreceptive part of each eye, and they light up when light enters your eye.
These rods, which make up most of what makes up your retina, also respond to shadows.
For the rods to respond, they must be lit up.
They are very sensitive to light in the dark.
The amount of light you see, and what your pupils see when you look at something, depend on how much your rods are exposed to.
The rods and the cones in the retina respond to both light and dark.
But how do the rods respond to shadow?
This is because the cones respond to dark, but they don’t respond to bright light.
This results in your pupils becoming dark and your eyes turning away from you.
This is why it’s very important to wear bright clothing when you’re out in the sun.
It means that when you stand up in the shade and see