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Lutein’s role in protecting the eyes from age-related macular degeneration begins at birth.
WHEN the macula, the central area of vision found on the retina of the eye, loses its light-sensing cells, this can result in an inability to read, drive, see fine details or recognise faces. This is known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and affects those aged 60 and above.
The principle cause of AMD is exposure to blue light which is present in all kinds of lights – from fluorescent light to candle light – and predominantly found in sunlight.
Unlike ultraviolet (UV) light, blue light is visible. Blue light waves are what make an object appear blue and even in yellow light, you can still find blue light. You don’t need to look directly into a source of light to be affected by its glare because blue light waves are very short and scatter easily.
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- Jul 04 Wed 2012 23:17
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- Jul 04 Wed 2012 19:27
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