There’s currently no evidence that wearing contacts puts someone at a greater risk of getting COVID-19, but good hand hygiene and proper contact use is especially important.
Wearing glasses with a mask doesn’t have to be a hassle. Find out how you can keep your lenses fog-free while wearing a mask.
Early treatment for childhood eye problems usually means better results because kids’ eyes and brains are adaptable. Learn more about blocked tear ducts, lazy eye and cataracts in kids.
If you have cataracts, they cloud your vision. But if they progress to the point where you need surgery, here is some clarity: Recent advances may help you not only see better, but also stop wearing glasses.
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Glasses aren’t one-size-fits-all items. It’s important to see a licensed optician who is trained at getting the right measurements and making other adjustments.