12 May 2017
Diabetes can affect every part of you body, including the delicate tissues of your eyes. One of the problems that diabetics are more at risk for is having cataracts earlier and progressing faster than non-diabetics. However, there are ways to reduce your chances of getting cataracts early, or at least slow down their progression if you find that you have them. Here is more information on cataracts, why diabetics get them earlier than other people, and what you can do once you have them.
Why You Get Poked In The Eye During An Eye Exam
9 May 2017
Regular eye exams are important to maintain your overall eye health and to catch diseases early on before they can cause any damage. However, you probably aren't a fan of the part of an eye exam where your eye is poked with a pen-like object. If you're thinking of avoiding an eye exam or just hate this part of the process, keep reading to learn why it's such an important part of your exam.
Blurry Vision And Night Blindness? Keratoconus May Be To Blame
27 April 2017
Have you noticed that your vision is seeming a bit more blurry? Does this symptoms seem to get worse at night or when you're in a dimly lit place? One possible cause is a vitamin A deficiency, but these days, thanks to fortified foods, few people are actually deficient in vitamin A. Another more likely option to consider is that you're developing a condition called keratoconus. Here's a closer look at this condition.
Questions You May Have About Contact Lenses And The Answers To Those Questions
24 April 2017
If you are tossing around the idea of wearing contacts but you haven't been able to decide whether or not they are right for you yet, then the information in this article will help you to come to that decision. You will probably find many of the questions you have listed, as well as the answers to those questions.
How long will it take for me to get used to wearing contacts?