Researchers from the Laboratory of visual ergonomics in the US found that computer font Verdana is the safest for vision
Scientists believe that reading the text font Verdana straining at least eye muscles. This protects against myopia and computer vision syndrome occurring in people who spend a long time in front of the monitor.

Verdana font was developed in 1996 by Matthew Carter. The letters have a greater width, which makes Verdana suitable for reading and smaller surfaces.