Apple Glass, the company that makes the Apple Watch and many other Apple products, has been getting plenty of attention lately as the tech industry is starting to come around to the idea of wearable computers that can help you run more efficiently.
In fact, Apple is already selling its own fitness tracker, the Apple Run, to help users lose weight and run more effectively.
But for many, including many in the medical field, the glasses industry has remained a bit of a mystery.
For many years, doctors have had to go to the local store to get their prescription glasses.
And now, as medical tech has made its way into more and more products, there’s more demand for glasses than ever before.
For many, though, the eyewear industry has been the only one that has remained shrouded in mystery.
And for many medical professionals, it can be a bit difficult to understand why they’re still being told to buy the prescription glasses they’re supposed to.
To understand the problem, we spoke with Lisa L. Dolan, an assistant professor of health sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles and the author of the book “How to Use a Glass Bottle for Your iPhone Without the Prescription.”
In this video, Dolan talks about how to put together an exercise regimen and how to avoid being diagnosed with diabetes and heart disease by using a variety of glasses.