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Many people think vision loss is just a normal part of aging but it doesn’t have to be. There are many steps you can take to reduce your risk of blindness.
Falling related to bifocal glasses is a significant danger to seniors and something that can be easily corrected with cataract surgery. An ophthalmologist explains why he encouraged his mom to get the surgery (that he performed himself).
Whatever your eye problems, you should be aware of the options to correct them including glasses, contacts, or surgery.
Helpful tips to protect your family’s eyes from common eye injuries and the sun’s harmful UV rays while still enjoying the summer sports season.
Most Americans don't realize how delicate eyesight is and that regular checkups with an eye doctor can help them avoid losing vision or going completely blind.
Early intervention in eye disease can reduce age-related vision loss. Eye tests also provide doctors with information about brain health & cognitive functioning.
Each winter, cold weather presents issues for even the healthiest eyes. Take a look at three of the most common winter eye health issues and how to prevent them.
Losing a loved one to suicide is a serious trauma that can result in post-traumatic stress disorder. Alternative therapies for PTSD, including self-help approaches, are gaining attention as researchers and practitioners look beyond conventional treatments.
When the right technology is married to the right process, the sky’s the limit in terms of driving compliance and improving care—case in point, diabetic retinopathy.
One in four children has a vision problem that can be mislabeled as a learning difficulty or behavioral problem. That is why optometrists recommend an annual comprehensive eye exam for all children.
If it has been more than a year since you have had an examination by eye care professional, here are some reasons why you might want to make an appointment.