Is the End of Presbyopia Near?

A look at the new prescription eye drops that claim to improve close-up vision

If you’ve seen the eye-catching commercials for eye drops that claim to improve close-up vision, you may think this sounds too good to be true. Can you really toss your reading glasses, you wonder? The answer to this question, in short, depends on what your expectations are and how much you are willing to pay […]

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