Adult children can use these tips to help ensure their aging parents can drive safely.
Cataracts can be taken care of at any time. However, if you have vision changes, you should have a doctor check your eyes right away because cataract-like symptoms may actually be due to other more serious problems.
When was the last time you had a staring contest? It may have been more recently than you think -- in fact, it could be happening right now. Not with another human but rather with your computer monitor.
Do you feel dizzy sometimes? It’s a common complaint. Whether imbalance is caused by vertigo, inner ear or other medical conditions, there are many good therapies available.
Words on the page or screen getting blurry? Have to hold out that mag at arm’s length to read? That’s a pretty good sign you need reading glasses. Here are some tips on picking out the right pair.
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.
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.
People with diabetes are at risk for stroke, eye problems, heart and kidney disease, and problems with their feet and nerves. Know the symptoms and risk factors.