For Pete’s Sake, Don’t Sleep Or Swim In Your Contact Lenses

(By Katherine Hobson for NPR)

Contact lenses are so ubiquitous — about 41 million people in the U.S. wear them — that it’s easy to forget that they’re actual medical devices, with small but real medical risks. Continue reading article here……

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