Glasses help those with dyslexia

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dyslexia often goes undiagnosed because the most common symptom is trouble reading.

Now, specially tinted lenses are helping many dyslexic patients see words more clearly and read faster.

The glasses were originally developed to treat color blindness. Chromagen lenses reduce the visual distortions that make reading so difficult by altering the wavelength of light that reaches the eye.

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