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Reading glass for the pocket

I don't need glasses all the time, but as I'm getting older I do find it harder read fine print. I like to carry reading glasses so that I don't get stuck when I'm out and about, but I don't want to always carry a bulky glasses case. I like to try and find reading glasses that are compact and can easily be carried in the pocket and are pretty hardy so they don't get too scratched up. This blog is all about affordable options for pocket reading glasses to keep you able to read all those tiny fonts and prints.



Reading glass for the pocket


Eye Care: Could You Have Keratitis?

Keratitis affects the cornea and is a relatively common eye condition, particularly in those who wear contact lenses. The cornea is the protective film layer at the front of the eye. When it develops a scratch or small abrasion, bacteria can cause an infection to take hold. Scratches can occur from rubbing your eye too hard, trauma or putting contacts in without proper care. Keratitis responds well to treatment when addressed early, but if you ignore keratitis you could experience permanent sight damage.