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Depression and chronic pain are associated with dry-eye syndrome, a British study finds. And it's more likely as you age.
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September 4, 2014 It used to be that dry-eye syndrome was considered a problem for middle-aged women. But with all those screens we're staring at, that nasty sandy feeling is becoming much more common.
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