Six in seven contact lens wearers take unnecessary risks with their eyes

Rinsing or storing lenses in tap water is not a good idea

woman putting in contact lens

SAFE SIGHT  Contact lens wearers can be lax about practicing good hygiene habits, according to a new survey. In some cases, the risky behaviors can lead to eye infections.


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