You might have heard that a recent study found that people who wear glasses are less likely to have cancer.
But how does that translate into health?
In a new study, a team at the University of Chicago found that wearing glasses for one hour a day can lower your risk of developing cancer by about a third, and also helps to reduce your risk if you have a family history of cancer.
The researchers say this may be because the lenses in smart glasses help the wearer to see the bigger picture.
According to the study, people who wore glasses for an hour a week had a 13 percent lower risk of cancer compared to those who wore them for just 10 minutes a week.
They also had a 10 percent lower cancer risk if they had a family member with the disease.
The study, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) to track the health of 1,056 people between the ages of 50 and 74.
Researchers found that there were significant differences in how the people who had the glasses and those who did not were different in their health.
People who wore smart glasses had a lower risk for developing cancer compared with people who did the same amount of physical activity, had a higher HDL cholesterol and were less likely than those who didn’t wear glasses to have heart disease.
But they also had lower risk than those with glasses for only 10 minutes.
The researchers say they think the glasses help to reduce cancer risk because they help to enhance the eyes’ ability to focus and to detect the shape of objects.
The team suggests that smart glasses might not be the best choice for everyone.
In general, smart glasses can have a negative effect on vision, especially if you wear them on your face, but if you can’t use them on the glasses themselves, they might be helpful.
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