The science of baby’s first sight

When a newborn opens her eyes, she does not see well at all. You, the parent, are a blurry shape of light and dark. Soon, though, her vision comes online. Your baby will recognize you, and you can see it in her eyes. Then baby looks beyond you and that flash of recognition fades. She can’t quite make out what’s out the window. It’s another blurry world of shapes and light. But within a few months, she can see the trees outside. Her entire world is coming into focus. UNC School of Medicine scientists have found more clues about what…
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