Some changes in vision are a natural part of aging. Others are caused by age-related disease. In either case, it’s important to remain vigilant about monitoring any change in visual acuity. Home eye tests can be a critical part of early detection, but these tests should only be one component of a larger eye-care strategy. […]
Roughly half of Americans over the age of 75 will have their vision clouded by cataracts. Cataract surgery can be a good choice when cataracts impair your ability to lead an ordinary life, but fully recovering from eye surgery isn’t something that happens overnight. Treatment can temporarily restrict your ability to do a variety of […]
Macular degeneration affects about 200,000 new people each year, and while there are treatments that can help, it can’t be cured. If you have a family member who suffers from this condition, you may be wondering if it is hereditary and if you’re at risk for developing the illness. What Is Macular Degeneration? Macular degeneration […]
“Every year, countless people will suffer preventable vision loss. National glaucoma awareness month is your chance to tell your loved ones about the danger of glaucoma and help ensure they won’t join the ranks of the blind.”—Duncan Gumaer For more information on glaucoma, read our in-depth blog post here!