Practically hidden in the Science section of today’s New York Times is a brief item about dry eyes in the workplace. If you squint, say, while looking at a computer monitor, you can blink up to half as often as you do otherwise — causing eye irritation.
I stopped wearing contacts when I got my first desk — and desktop computer — job. And I’ve yet to find an adequate solution to eye dryness. How do you deal with squinting — and long hours at a computer?