Pin Pin Choi
Background: Secondary school students often spend most time of the day on near-work activities, such as reading, doing homework and using electronic devices. While prolonged near-work activities can lead to visual problems such as eye strain, redness and dryness and blurred vision, there is a need to promote the uptake of visual health behavior among them. This paper aimed to examine the factors (namely knowledge and health beliefs) associated with the uptake of visual health behavior, so as to provide a foundation for the promotion of visual health among secondary school students in Hong Kong.
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