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You have options for new contact lenses, even if you can't see your ophthalmologist or optometrist in person because of the coronavirus pandemic.
You can't put a price on clear vision, but that doesn't mean you have to overspend.
Researchers have found that the small pieces of plastic slip into the ocean and pollute it.
Researchers estimate that billions of lenses are flushed each year in the U.S. -- and fragments of them might be ending up in our oceans.
The missing lens created a cyst that caused the United Kingdom woman's left eyelid to droop.
Your eyes! Your beautiful eyes!
It's better to just get a brand new, clean case than try to disinfect it yourself by running it through the dishwasher or
We're not so sure we believe you. The biggest no-nos we commit are showering, swimming and sleeping while our contact lenses
Girls strolling Siam Square with "Big Eye" contacts -- there are many -- admit to minor irritations, such as discomfort and