Contacts wearers need to protect their eye health from bacteria

Trapped between your contact lens and eye, bacteria, fungi, and amoebas that will literally “eat” your eyes out can exist. Learn to protect your eyes.

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 WASHINGTON, February 21, 2016 – Mom’s warning’s to remove our contact lenses before going to bed is sound advice. Contact lenses can be hotbeds of gross bacteria, fungi, and amoebas that will literally “eat” your eyes out.
Lizette Borelli of Medical Center Daily reports:

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