A new study finds the number of people with vision problems is increasing. And this is partly due to the growing number of people who have diabetes.
Babies can show signs of vision problems as early as two months old. Often, parents are the first to notice signs. Here are some things to look for as red flags of vision issues.
You may not give your retinas, even your eyes, a second thought. You should! Learn more about good eye care from a Cleveland Clinic physician at a live webchat Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at noon (ET).
Older drivers are more likely than younger drivers to be involved in multi-vehicle crashes. Do you have an older family member whose safety behind the wheel is a concern? Find out what their affects safety and how to broach the topic.
It can look cool to liven up your Halloween costume with a pair of decorative contact lenses. But what you may not know is that they are not “one size fits all” and can damage your vision.
Is 60 really the new 40? Holly L. Thacker, MD, talks about ways to keep feeling good well into your 60s.
Having your child’s eyes checked each year can find problems early and is important for performing in school. An expert explains.
Most of us get our eyes checked routinely — especially if we need a prescription for glasses or contacts. But there’s a more important reason to get annual examinations after age 65: the changes that occur with age.