Vision changes as we age
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - A recent study found most adults in this country think vision loss with aging is inevitable.
Dr. Martin O’Malley with Eye Surgeons Associates says some vision changes can be expected, like gray hair and wrinkles. Those include the loss of up-close vision or seeing in low light. But other conditions can be treated and sometimes delayed. The best advice is to take care of your overall health and get your eyes checked. He says after 65, you should have your eyes examined every two years.
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