There comes a point in many employees’ lives where the regular, life-long routine of eye examinations may not seem all that important anymore – perhaps they’ve had corrective lasik surgery, or they feel perfectly content with a reasonably good prescription for glasses or contact lenses.

It’s those exact folks that researchers say could probably benefit the most from more regular eye checkups, not only for their visual acuity, but also because regular eye exams also offer a quick overview of symptoms of a wide range of physical disorders, including diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

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