Reusable contact lens users are nearly four times more likely to develop serious eye infection
3 days ago - By Daily Mail
The scientists also said that wearing lenses while in the shower, swimming pool or sleeping also raised the risk of Acanthamoeba keratitis. This infection can cause blindness.
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