The FDA has recently approved eye implants placed in the cornea to help the eye better focus on small print and nearby objects. The implant is aimed for aging baby boomers who suffer from age-related loss of focus (presbyopia).

Dr. William Maisel of the FDA said in a news release, “Given the prevalence of presbyopia and the aging of the baby boomer population, the need for near vision correction will likely rise in the coming years.”

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