#8. IOLs to the rescue?
Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are small, implantable artificial lenses used in the treatment of cataracts and myopia. The natural lens of the eye offers a certain degree of protection against various light wavelengths like blue light. There has been some buzz around the notion that certain IOLs are capable of filtering out blue light, but the jury is split. Additional research is needed to determine whether or not there is any merit to the claim of IOL blue light protection.