Seeing is Believing

The Friday File: In the year immediately following cataract surgery, motor-vehicle accidents involving men fell 16%, while the number of accidents involving women fell just 6.7%. Why? Women seem to restrict their driving as their vision deteriorates. Prior to surgery, men in the study drove an average of 84 miles a week, women 52. There was, however, no demonstrated improvement in a man’s willingness to stop and ask for directions.

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