Color blindness is hereditary and non-communicable.
you cannot cure Colour blindness is hereditary, it's in your genes.
Not ususally. Color blindness is hereditary and you either have it or not.
Color blindness is a hereditary disease that causes some people to be unable to differentiate between two different colors. As of now, there is no known way to correct color blindness.
Color blindness is hereditary . It is a defect that limits the ability to see different colors. Some people can't see the color red. But environmental that I am not sure
Color Blindness (I have it myself)
Not all forms of color blindness are hereditary. There are three distinct types of hereditary color blindness, each with different frequencies in the human population, and with distinct genetic causes. Red-green color blindness is more common among males than females, but blue-yellow color blindness is not. Talking about color blindness in general, there is no reliable ratio of male-to-female prevalence.
yes color blindness is due to hereditary things it depends on what your parents have even a drop that could be given to you if it doesn't run in your family I'm not sure what to tell you
Heredity, you are born with it. However, that is not to say that you could not suffer damage to the eyes later in life that affected your color vision.
You can get color blindness if your parent has a dominate trait to color blindness.
who discovered color blindness
Color blindness is when you don't know what color something is and night blindness is when you can't see well at night from the dark.