Medicare beneficiaries with vision loss incur significantly higher costs than individuals with normal vision. Approximately 90% of the higher annual costs are non-eye related medical costs– $2,193 for those with… [ Get More Details ]
The number of Americans age 40 and older with diabetic retinopathy is projected to triple between 2005 and 2050–increasing from 5.5 million to 16 million. The number of people age… [ Get More Details ]
The ability to recognize faces declines with age and requires, on average, being 5 feet closer to the face with every decade after the age of 60.
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