LAS VEGAS (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) Youve probably heard about the bizarre blue-vision side effect from taking the impotency drug Viagra. Now comes word of a company that claims its product can somehow alleviate the dreaded Viagra- Vision.
The manufacturer of those well-advertised BluBlockers sunglasses claims its amber-tinted glasses can allow Viagra- Vision sufferers to see more clearly by filtering out blue light.
But the American Academy of Ophthalmology, which first discovered the so-called Viagra Vision side effect, is doubtful the drugstore sunglasses will make any difference.
Spokesperson Dr. Michael F. Marmor says the blue vision is caused by a chemical process inside the eye, so its very unlikely a pair of sunglasses will eliminate the effect.
Despite the skeptical scientists, the company says its planning on marketing a special $14.95 BluBlockers Viagra model which will wrap around both eyes.
CONTACT: Joseph Sugarman (BluBlockers), ***; Arrange thru Bruce
Merrin; Las Vegas, NV; (702) 367-0331; Dr. Michael Marmor, ***;
Arrange thru Michelle Stephens; San Francisco, CA; (415) ***-
****, ext. 221
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