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Seeing clearly now: The truth about LASIK

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September 12, 2013
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If you are tired of wearing glasses or contacts, you’ve probably at least considered LASIK surgery. Even though around 700 thousand people undergo LASIK surgery, many are still uncertain. Learn the new techniques that are cutting the risk.


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Ivanhoe (Sep. 12, 2013) — The information you share with your doctor is supposed to keep you healthy, but still many of you omit critical details, distort the truth, or flat out lie when questioned by your doctors. Find out what doctors say are the most common and potentially dangerous lies patients tell in the exam room.
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