Changing eyes reveal a lot about aging process

By Cecelia Mason
cmason@shepherd.edu

The youngest of the baby boom generation is now approaching its mid-40s. This big chunk of the population, born between 1946 and 1964, has changed the way businesses develop and market many products. One product that’s becoming more popular and more available is the bi-focal contact lens, but shopping for them involves facing some hard truths about aging.

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One Comment on “Changing eyes reveal a lot about aging process”


  1. My experience was that I burned out my ability to use contact lenses after about 20 years of use when I was younger. The doctor told me I should never wear then again. Wish I could, as bifocal contacts would certainly be useful. Thanks for posting this.


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