Imagine looking through a fogged-up car window. You can see shapes and movement on the other side, but everything is blurry, the colors muted. Now imagine if that’s what the world looked like every time you opened your eyes. That’s what life is like for the millions of people living with cataracts, the leading cause of blindness globally.
People age at different rates, and now, a new study finds that people’s tendency to age more slowly or quickly than their contemporaries is evident in healthy people as young as their 30s.