Question: I have been diagnosed with cataracts, what does that mean?
Answer: Cataracts are not a disease, but rather a normal part of the aging process.
Answer: A cataract is a clouding of one of the focusing lenses in the eye. As this lens gradually becomes more clouded, blurred vision, glare (especially at night) and halos are the result. A more subtle change is a gradual decrease in the perception of color intensity.
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