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Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
There has been a dramatic drop in vision impairment among older Americans over the last generation, new research shows.

The prevalence of self-reported eyesight issues that limit activity declined by well over 50% in just two and a half decades, according to data from two nationally representative surveys.


Click on the above link to read more and find out why.
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