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Presbyopia: Correcting Age-Related Vision Loss Learn why the eyes lose the ability to focus on nearby objects as you age, and what you can do about it.
Normal Aging versus Age-Related Macular Degeneration Normal Aging versus Age-Related Macular Degeneration

How to tell the difference between normal changes to vision and something more serious.

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6 Surprising Eye Health Myths 6 Surprising Eye Health Myths

Parents ever tell you that eating carrots would save you from wearing glasses? Or that sitting too close to the TV could make you go blind? Their advi...

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What Can Happen to My Eyesight After I Turn 40?
7 Foods for Healthy Eyes

For brighter eyes and clearer vision, these foods can help.

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How Often Do I Need an Eye Exam As I Grow Older?
4 Steps to Better Eye Health 4 Steps to Better Eye Health

Your eyes add more depth to each daily experience. Simply put, they're one of your most prized possessions.

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How Eye Exams Make Your Brain Better How Eye Exams Make Your Brain Better

Here's a surprising reason not to settle for subpar vision: Eye exams are good for your brain. Yep, getting your eyes examined regularly and correctin...

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When to Get a Vision Screening When to Get a Vision Screening

At certain points in your life, it's important to have your eyes examined by an eye care professional -- even if your eyes feel fine and there doesn't ...

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What Is Presbyopia?