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SUNGLASS PROTECTION is vital to protect your eyes from blinding eye diseases such as macular degeneration and cataracts.  Most inexpensive UV(A) sunglasses on the market today, do NOT block out the damaging UV(B) radiations emitted from the sun.  UV(A) is blocked out by most lenses and UV(C) is absorbed by our ozone layer.  Inexpensive UV(A) blocked sunglasses are dark, and cause dilation of the pupil, therefore allowing a greater concentration of harmful UV(B) to enter the eye.