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Hello! My grandfather has problems with his eyesight. He is seventy years old and he has a cataract on his right eye. His condition is not so serious and he still doesn’t need a surgery but his doctor checks his eyes often to see how the situation will develop. He can perform all his everyday activities without difficulties. Is there anything that could postpone cataract development?

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Hello! It has been proven that smoking contributes to the risk of developing cataracts. Smoking cessation presents the first and main step in cataract prevention. It is also important to reduce eye exposure to UV radiation with sunglasses that block ultraviolet light and a hat with a wide brim. Eating a nutritious and balanced diet can also help as well as limiting the exposure to infrared light and radiation from X-rays and other sources.
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