Here's a riddle for you, what causes blurry vision, glare and makes reading the paper nearly impossible?
The answer is cataracts, and everyone is at risk of getting them as they age.
Doctors can correct cataracts with a simple outpatient procedure that replaces the cloudy lens.
But a new bifocal lens recently approved by the FDA is offering patients the ability to see things at a distance and up close, without glasses.
Doctors say the new lens is not a cure because some people may still need glasses at some point, but it's certainly an option now available for people with cataracts.
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