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    Wear glasses to reduce dry eye

    I read with interest your Focus dry eye supplement in the August issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal. Wearing spectacles would probably help most patients suffering from dry eye. I have found that city air pollution aggravates the condition, but wearing glasses quickly works and it is no longer a problem.

    Of course, I appreciate that such an action might not help sales of all the formulated eye sprays and drops on offer in pharmacies. But maybe vanity would deter spectacle use anyway.

    Robert Woodward

    Liss,

    Hampshire

    Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2016.20201953

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