Having trouble reading? Wearing a single contact lens may help

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As we age, our eyes slowly begin to lose the ability to rapidly change focus. For many baby boomers, that means they need to wear reading glasses. But Dr. Bradley Rounds of the Wasatch Vision Center has an alternative approach called monovision. It involves placing a single contact lens on the weaker of the two eyes.

FOX 13's Dave Nemeth gave monovision a try for this Booming Forward segment. Use the video player above to see how it went.

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