The lack of daylight in the evening can limit some people’s ability to see and get around. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Has your vision been a little wonky since you’ve hit the big 4-0? Find out if the changes are normal or if they might be related to something else.
There are many reasons we are more at risk for a fall as we age. Find out the risk factors, and how you can remain graceful and keep your balance.
Do you find yourself holding reading material farther and farther away in order to see it? It may be time for reading glasses. Here’s how to pick the right pair of over-the-counter readers.
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Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Opthamalogist Sumit Sharma, MD, answers this one.
The most obvious effect of cataract surgery is seeing better, but did you know it also can help you in other ways? Here are three major non-visual benefits or surgery.
It’s rare for the same medication to be used for both medicinal and cosmetic purposes. But bimatoprost (also sold under the name brand Latisse®) pulls double duty. In addition to treating glaucoma, it can be used to grow and thicken eyelashes. It’s effective for both purposes, but is it safe? Can it cause lasting changes … Read More
If you’re considering laser eye surgery for refractive vision correction and started some online research, you may have run across stories of surgical complications that would make any reasonable person hesitate. But when it comes to making this important decision, not all surgical centers are created equal. It’s important to know the whole story. So how do you know … Read More