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What Is Presbyopia?

Medically reviewed in February 2021

Presbyopia is a condition that affects a person's ability to see up close, and usually occurs around age 40. Learn more in this video featuring naturopathic doctor and holistic eye specialist Andy Rosenfarb, ND.

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