Anxiolytic medication use and other lifestyle factors can put patients at a greater risk for dry eye.
Carlene Majorino is a writer and MA student of speech, language, and hearing science. She also holds a BA in journalism from Temple University. Carlene enjoys teaching English as a Second Language and Spanish to children and adults. She is based in Philadelphia.
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The risk was especially elevated in those who developed cataracts in the first 3 years of life, according to a report.
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