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Best Contacts for Dry Eyes

If you wear contacts, you might suffer from dry eyes — especially this time of year. Try our tips to find the right contacts to make your eyes more comfortable.  If you’re one of the nearly five million Americans who experience dry eyes, you know how uncomfortable and...

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Aging Vision

As we go into our golden years, we tend to pay attention to our wrinkles, creaky joints, and gray hairs but forget that our vision ages as well. The smallest change in your eyeglass or contact lens prescription can make all the difference in your vision as you mature...

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Cataracts

Cataracts are a common vision problem among people over the age of 55. A cataract is a cloudy area in the lens of your eye that varies by size. Due to this condition, one or both eyes can be impaired. It is likely that both eyes will develop cataracts and one lens may...

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