Is night driving more difficult? Do headlights seem to glare even when you’re wearing your classes? Does your vision seem cloudy or blurry? If you answered “Yes” to any of those, you could have cataracts. Beginning in your mid-40s, we all begin to develop a hardening and clouding of the eyes naturally clear lens. Over time, that lends gets harder and clouding of the lens begins to block light and blurs vision. That happens even if you’re wearing glasses or contact lenses. That clouding is called a cataract. But cataracts are treatable and as Twin Cities Live reporter Kelli Hanson found out, a new treatment at North Suburban Eye Specialists is giving patients their clear vision back quick and safer.