Eye Health

Why You Should Wear Sunglasses Year Round

Sunglasses make you stylish, but that's not the main reason to wear them. They are important when you consider your eye health. For years we've...

What’s Your Glaucoma Risk?

Glaucoma is caused when your eyes can’t maintain an appropriate balance between the amount of internal fluid produced by the eye and the amount...

Your Eye Exam Is Open Now

We’ve been hunkered down for a while, and for many that’s meant delaying routine visits at the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control...

Watch Out for These 5 Summer Eye Dangers

You protect your skin from sunburn and your body from injury, so why not your eyes? During summertime activities, one specialist has simple advice: Protect...

What Your Eyes Say About Your Health

An eye doctor can tell a lot about the rest of your body with one simple exam Your eyes can tell you a lot about...

Low Vision Cases Rise, But There’s Help

As the last of the baby-boom generation approaches the age of 65, the number of cases of visual impairment and blindness is projected to...

Know Your Glaucoma Risks

More than 3 million Americans have glaucoma, the disease related to pressure within the eye, but only half know they have it. With open-angle...

Health Replay: Nighttime Aspirin … and More

This week in health A new Dutch study suggests that people who take daily aspirin—a common treatment for those at high risk for heart attacks...

Six Tips to Avoid Eyestrain

Too much social media can lead to computer vision syndrome If you work on a computer (as many of us do), you've probably noticed that...

Glaucoma Screening: Yea or Nay?

Task force questions need for screenings during regular eye exams The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is at it again. This time the task...

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