Dr. John H. Maher

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Ten Steps To Visual Longevity

Though many of us will suffer from one of the big four above, most of us over 40 already have experienced Presbyopia, or "old eyes". As we age the lens of our eye loses flexibility, and by 50 most of us need glasses and are holding the "small print" further and further from our eyes. The lens' ability to change shape to accommodate to objects brought close to the eye is called "accommodation". Indeed the ability to accommodate is a basic "biological age" test bio-marker.

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