- How retirees can save on prescription eyeglasses
- You can easily spend $200 for a basic pair, but if you want designer frames or need bifocal or progressive lenses the price can more than double. Here are a few different options that can help you save. Medicare/Insurance Coverage.
- The Bug With Fast Growing Bifocal Eyes
- Dr. Elke Buschbeck, a University of Cincinnati professor of biological sciences and graduate student Shannon Werner discovered the Sunburst Diving Beetle has bifocals, the only insect with them so far.
- Savvy Senior: How retirees can save on prescription eyeglasses
- Dear Savvy Senior, What tips can you recommend for finding affordable prescription eyeglasses? I used to have vision insurance through my work, but lost it when I turned 65, retired and signed up for Medicare. — Looking For Eyeglasses.
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