A. Peter Bailey, a noted journalist in Washington, had worn glasses since he was 21 — for more than 50 years. But gradually, even with glasses, his vision became dim and he could hardly see people from a distance.
For the past year, my eye doctor has been giving me samples of different over-the-counter drops to help me with the dry, irritated eyeballs I have first thing in the morning and again at night.
Do you really need to have your eyes dilated with eyedrops at your annual eye exam? Short answer: Yes, you should - especially as you get older or if you are at risk for eye problems.
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