You go through life and everything is so colorful and bright that you need sunglasses.
But as time goes on, everything gets a little darker. Then you can’t drive at night anymore.
That’s cataracts, and it’s affecting people at earlier ages. More than 90 percent of people will develop cataracts by the time they’re 65, according to Dr. Zaina Al-Mohtaseb, assistant professor of ophthalmology at Baylor College of Medicine.
But most people don’t start worrying about cataracts until it’s almost too dark to see anything.
The eye condition is typically considered an issue that happens later in life, but...