Early treatment for childhood eye problems usually means better results because kids’ eyes and brains are adaptable. Learn more about blocked tear ducts, lazy eye and cataracts in kids.
Ever see something drifting across the sky, then discover it’s actually drifting across your eye? That would be a “floater.”
If you have cataracts, they cloud your vision. But if they progress to the point where you need surgery, here is some clarity: Recent advances may help you not only see better, but also stop wearing glasses. Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye gets cloudy over time. As the cataract gets cloudy, your … Read More
Eyeglasses: a fashion accessory doubling as a medical necessity. By choosing a pair that fits well, you’ll look and feel better. Eyeglass frames aren’t one-size-fits-all items, so why not enlist the help of a pro, a licensed optician who is specially trained to fit glasses properly? It’s good for all of us to see an … Read More
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One of the more obvious changes of middle age is in our eyesight. When the once crystal-clear words on a page or screen start to blur at your usual reading length, that’s a pretty good sign you need reading glasses. While reading glasses may be all you need, it’s important to consult your doctor for … Read More