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 Can colorblind people see red?

Answer On One Hand: Most Colorblind People Can't See RedColorblindness affects over 10 million Americans, mostly men. The most common type is red/green colorblindness, in which the eye is unable to detect... Read More »
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Why are people colorblind?

Being colorblind does not need to be a mystery these days. Simple tests can determine whether this condition exists, and education can be tailored to a colorblind individual's needs. Understanding ... Read More »
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What percent of people are colorblind?

In general, about 13 out of every 1,000 people suffer from some form of colorblindness. Different types of colorblindness include red-green colorblindness (affecting 10 percent of males) and protan... Read More »
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What Makes People Colorblind?

Structures in the eye that allow for vision are cones and rods. Rods are for night vision, while cones perceive color in lit atmospheres. Colorblindness occurs when there are anomalies associated w... Read More »
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Can colorblind people see screen images?

Of course dogs see screens. My neighbors dog goes nuts when he sees any animals on TV.Colorblind people see just fine. It isn't true they just see in shades of gray. They see colors the same as you... Read More »
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