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Don’t skip your next comprehensive, dilated eye exam

News Briefs A study published May 19, 2016, in JAMA Ophthalmology suggests that vision impairment and blindness among U.S. adults ages 40 or older will double in the next 35 years, mostly because of an aging population. Researchers looked at information about adult vision impairment and blindness in six large studies, then used census data and population projections to estimate how many people would have vision problems in the future. Researchers say that…

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