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A Guide to Progressive Eyewear- How They Work and When They are Needed

The vast majority of people over 40 have something in common with Benjamin Franklin: presbyopia. Presbyopia is the gradual loss of eyesight experienced in middle age as the lenses in the eyes become less flexible.  Presbyopia makes it hard to focus on objects up close. Glasses easily correct for that, but if you already wear

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Pediatric Ophthalmologist or Optometrist? A Guide to Kids’ Eye Doctors

Eye health is essential. Yet many people don’t care for their eyes. Rates of vision impairment are going up. In 2000, 3.3 million Americans had visual acuity less than 20/40. In 2010, that number has risen to 4.2 million. The National Institutes of Health project that by 2050, more than 12 million Americans will have

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