Colorblindness

Briona Davis, Jenna Moore

Colorblindness

Colorblindness: when someone has trouble seeing red, blue, and green, or a mix of these colors. Some people see no color at all.


Signs and symptoms: using the wrong colors on an object, low intention spand when coloring, smelling food before eating, reading issues with colored pictures, ect.


Colorblindness is a genetic disease that rarely occurs in women, but effects 1 out of 10 men.


Long term and short term effects: when people are born with colorblindness it does not lead to full term vision loss. People that have it can not seem as sharp and clear.


Possible treatment: People who inherited colorblindness can not be treated, some terms of colorblindness can be treated if it is not to serious.