Cataracts Affect Most Older Adults
Graying hair, slower reaction times and cataracts can all be part of the aging process, but seniors are not the only age group who need their eyes checked.
“Presently we consider aging to be the most likely cause of cataracts,” says ophthalmologist David C. Brown, M.D. “This concept, however, is an oversimplification. Other factors may contribute to the condition.”
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