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Symptoms of Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of vision loss and blindness if left untreated. It is the most common diabetes-related eye complication. The condition can develop in anyone with diabetes.

Halloween Eye Safety Tips for Kids

October is synonymous with Halloween and pumpkin pie. If your kids love dressing up for Halloween, you should put measures in place to ensure their safety. Over the years, many eye injuries related to Halloween costumes and activities have been reported. Here are Halloween eye safety tips for kids. 

How Do Specialty Lenses Differ From Traditional Contacts?

You may not know that contact lenses differ unless you are an experienced wearer or an eye care specialist. After all, they all look the same in design and shape. However, there are different types of contacts available. Every patient can get one that suits them. There are specialty lenses and traditional contacts. Read on to learn how they differ.

Why Pediatric Eye Exams Top In-school Vision Screenings

Good eyesight is crucial for academic, physical, social, and psychological development. Early detection of eye problems can make a big difference in the child’s life. It helps to understand why pediatric eye exams top in-school vision screenings. 

Importance of UV Protection in Sunglasses

Many people may see sunglasses as just a fashion accessory, but they also help protect the eyes from dust, wind, and harmful UV rays. UV protection is the best reason to wear sunglasses. UV rays, which reflect off buildings, water, sand, and snow, can damage the eyes and the skin around the eyes. Sunglasses offer protection even on cloudy days.

Cataract Awareness Month: Symptoms and Diagnosis

People who have cataracts have to deal with poor eyesight. Their vision is like looking through a fogged-up window. The condition affects more than half of Americans above 80 years. The only way to get rid of cataracts is through surgery, but there are precautions you can take to slow down their progression. You can also use the same measures to prevent the onset of cataracts.

How Do I Know If My Child Has Myopia?

The American Optometric Association states that myopia occurs in over 40 percent of adults in America. The numbers increased by 25 percent over the last 40 years. The significant increase is linked with more children under three years becoming diagnosed with the condition.

Am I at Risk for Glaucoma?

Sight is the most relied upon among the senses a human being has. Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness, and the condition may not show signs during its onset. It develops when fluid pressure builds up in your eye and damages your retina and optic nerve.

Common Types of Eye Emergencies and How to Respond

Are you wondering if you should seek emergency care after accidentally scratching your eye or getting something in it? A quick search on the internet can suggest ways to respond to such accidents, but it can also leave you confused. Should you cleanse your eyes with clean water or seek medical treatment? To avoid risk, always call your eye doctor first.

When Should My Child Start Pediatric Eye Exams?

Every parent wants their child to have a good start in life in every way, including their eye health. Today, vision disorders in children are common due to many factors. Research shows that more than 20 percent of school-age children have vision problems. The unfortunate thing is that vision issues in kids are often hard to detect, as children may not know that something is off about their vision.

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