Age-related vision loss is increasing as the population gets older

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Low vision affects more than seven million people in the United States.  Eye doctors say we will continue to see an increase in age-related vision loss as the population continues to age. It's not just the elderly who are impacted and there are solutions available.

 

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