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Cataract Patients Getting Younger, Enjoying More Benefits of Surgery

Age-related cataracts are somewhat of a misnomer these days because cataracts can develop at any age. Just like the development of wrinkles, the age at which you develop cataracts depends on many factors ranging from genetics to lifestyle habits.

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Early Signs of Arthritis

Hands that ache, wrists that pop and knees that creak as you climb the stairs – are these normal parts of aging or early signs of arthritis?

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Caring for Your Vision as You Age

One in every six adults over the age of 45 is affected by a sight-threatening eye issue. As we age, this risk continues to increase. The life expectancy of an American is longer than ever before, so we must make even greater efforts to protect and preserv

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