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Ask the doctor: How can I treat dry eyes?

Dry eye becomes more common with age, and it can lead to vision changes. Eye drops can keep eyes moist, while avoiding irritants in the air can reduce the dry feeling. In some cases, surgery is needed to block the tear ducts.

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