By age 80, over half the people will either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery. This according to the National Institutes of Health. With over 22 million Americans affected, this is a serious condition that requires all the awareness it should receive. The bright side is that cataract is slow progressing, so with the right treatment from the eye doctor, cataract should not have to affect daily activities of the individual. Many treatments can slow down the progression of the disease, and if the cataract is severe enough, then surgery is a safe and effective option to clear up the vision with an artificial lens to replace the affected lens. Chances are that someone you know is suffering from cataract, so make sure they are getting their eyes check by eye care professionals to ensure their continued quality of life with the best vision possible.
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