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Cataract surgery can help make you a safer driver

In the journals If you have put off cataract surgery, consider this: the procedure could make you a safer driver, according to research presented in October 2019 at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Cataracts, in which the lenses of the eyes become cloudy, are a normal part of aging. Vision changes due to cataracts occur slowly, so people often donít realize they have trouble seeing at night and struggle with…

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