This is a duplicate of my Dry Eye Digest blogspot blog - to see the full archives back to 2005, please click on that link.
Before you 20-somethings dismiss the study mentioned below as not relevant (after all, it's titled "Aging and dry eye disease") don't. This is another keeper that I had to get a copy of in its entirety.
First, this study zooms in on what we know, and don't, and need to find out, about how the meibomian glands change as we age. We know that there is an age-related increase in MGD (the leading cause of dry eye disease), but we don't know why, and this study looks at a number