I've never been much of a sunglasses wearer and haven't owned a pair in years. Now I read that UV light is a major cause of cataracts and macular degeneration, so naturally I want to take steps to prevent this. Looking online at sunglasses, I realize I don't know what's the best type to get. So far I have: get the lightest tint (so the pupil doesn't dilate) and make sure it has UVA/B protection (finding this out is confusing because many of the glasses online just say "UV protection" or "maximum UV protection"). Anything else I should know before heading out to buy sunglasses?
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