I hope I'm not pushing the envelope with regards to this topic, but I'm about to have problems with my job due to my inability to read the text on a scanner. The print is really small and the contract on the screen is not very good, and I'm middle-age, so it is not too surprising. I lost all my medical benefits a couple of months ago after a job fell through, so I'm wondering if I can even afford to have the problem corrected. Has anyone else experienced this slight vision impairment. It seems a little strange in that I can still read a book okay, but I have trouble with maps, especially in dim light. So am I just having some typical vision problems or is this some form of night blindness that might not have a cure?
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