Do Blue Light Glasses Really Work

We’ve all seen ads for those trendy blue-blocker glasses. Manufacturers claim they filter out the specific type of light from electronics that lead to dry eyes, eye strain, and even macular degeneration. But are they worth it? See what our expert has to say here.

Alternative milks are all the rage and there are many, many types to choose from—almond, cashew, coconut, soy, oat, pea, etc. See how they stack up here.

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