U.S. approves new rules for men’s sunglasses

The United States has approved a regulation that will require men’s eyewear to have at least one lens to make the wearer look like a natural-born citizen, a change that was the result of a partnership between the National Science Foundation and the Glass Institute, a nonprofit research organization.

The regulations will go into effect in April, the National Institutes of Health said.

The National Science and Engineering Graduate School in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Princeton, New Jersey, has designed the glasses and the glasses-to-be, as well as a set of other products to make them easier to wear.

Glass is a new category of optical material that can improve visual quality and image quality.

The goal is to reduce prescription drug costs and reduce healthcare costs for consumers.

Glass can be made of a material such as glass fiber or glass, plastic, aluminum, titanium, or carbon fiber.