Get the report and to see the table, click this link.
Another take on the study: "A study from Johns Hopkins University is showing an increasing number
of vision impairment problems and blindness in those over 40. The
report released today by Prevent Blindness America and the National Eye
Institute (NEI) shows a surprising 23% increase since 2000," according to a Medical News Today post. "The preliminary update to the 2007 Prevent Blindness America Economic Impact of Vision Problems report,
pegs the problem as costing an extra $1 billion in medical care,
informal care and health-related quality of life. Further cost data and a
full updated report on the economic impact of vision problems will be
available in the near future." Read more.