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Face Masks Can Be Tricky for Those With Glasses
Here's what to do when your specs fog up
How Much Do You Really Know About Eye Health?
Survey finds Americans lack basic knowledge
What's Causing Your Puffy Lids and Watery Eyes
Tips to help treat the swelling and irritation
Chronic inflammation can be linked to a number of vision problems
What your eyes might be telling you when brightness causes discomfort
Once social distancing ends, schedule an exam to maintain healthy vision
Study offers more reasons to limit processed foods, fatty meats and dairy
Causes of and treatments for the shadows that sometimes come with age
Some people turn to the surgery known as blepharoplasty when eyelids sag
Learn about their causes and symptoms and what to expect during and after the procedure
What to know about the benefits and risks of the popular option for vision correction
They're cool-looking — and crucial to avoiding long-term damage from UV rays
Today's 'readers' can do much more than just magnify words on a page
The latest apps, electronic readers and other tools to help people who can't see well
Tired of glasses? Today's contact lenses offer more options and better comfort
Check out the new wave of readers in lightweight, compact and stylish designs
How to prevent eye injuries when you’re playing pickleball, tennis and more
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