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What Is Diabetic Eye Disease?

What Is Diabetic Eye Disease?

People that suffer from diabetes have to deal with many health issues, many of which extend to the eyes. Diabetic eye disease refers to several eye problems patients with diabetes deal with. In a lot of cases, they have to deal with these eye problems simultaneously. High blood sugar will not initially cause vision problems… Read More


Are You Suffering From Dry Eye?

Are You Suffering From Dry Eye?

Dry eye is an eye condition that affects millions of people every year and has distinct symptoms. Even though the symptoms may be mild at first, it is important to recognize them and treat your dry eye. Left untreated, dry eye only gets worse. It can also develop into other eye conditions like corneal abrasions… Read More


4 Signs It May Be Time For Cataract Surgery

4 Signs It May Be Time For Cataract Surgery

To find out if your vision problems are due to cataracts, you need to attend a cataract screening. Cataracts are a very prevalent problem that will eventually affect everyone. Cataracts are a natural part of the aging process. As they are so common, they are also very easy to deal with. Cataract surgery is a… Read More


What’s The Best Age For Cataract Surgery?

What’s The Best Age For Cataract Surgery?

Concerned that you may be developing cataracts? You may have questions about cataract surgery and what age they occur at. The age to have cataract surgery depends on the individual patient. Keep reading to find out more! Who Can Develop Cataracts? Cataracts are often found in the elderly as a part of the natural aging… Read More


Who Is Most At Risk Of Developing Glaucoma?

Who Is Most At Risk Of Developing Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is a terrifying disease for three reasons. First of all, there is no cure. Even with current technology and treatments, once you have the condition, you have it for good. Second, the vision loss that it causes is permanent. This means that if you find out you have glaucoma later, any vision loss is… Read More


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