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The foods you eat either have a positive or negative impact on your body. Living on processed or on-the-go food will eventually take its toll.
The oldest conceptualization of myopia was by Aristotle in 350 BC, who was the first to use a word close to myopia. He called it μύώψς (muoops), a Greek word that combined the two parent words, “close” and “eye.”
Monday, March 20th marked the first day of Spring! Typically, you may expect warmer weather, longer days, and blooming trees.
Have you noticed vision issues recently? If so, do not be alarmed. You will not need to search too far. You have many options because there are tens of thousands of eye doctors in America.
Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease that, if left untreated, may require a patient to undergo a corneal transplant in severe cases. As keratoconus progresses, a patient’s cornea thins and bulges into a cone shape. Patients with keratoconus experience distorted vision that is not correctable with glasses, and which may worsen as the disease progresses.
Many people with dry eyes shy away from contact lenses due to the belief that the two do not mix well. But with proper care and attention, it is possible to wear contacts and manage dry eye symptoms. Here are some tips to help make the experience as comfortable as possible.
Finding a good eye doctor is essential to maintaining your family's eye health. A good eye doctor will meet your family's eye care needs. It is imperative to find one if anyone in your family has special eye care needs.
Your eyes connect you to the world around you. They help you appreciate nature and your environment as you go about your daily activities. Unfortunately, some eye conditions can render your eyes blind.
Winter means indoor heat, cold winds, and low humidity. The conditions that come with the cold weather can irritate your eyes and worsen dry eye symptoms. You are likely to experience a gritty sensation in your eyes and feel like you have something stuck in them due to the rate at which they lose moisture. People who have dry eyes are often very uncomfortable during winter. Fortunately, a few things can help manage the condition even with the drop in temperature. Read on to learn more.
Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a common refractive error that often begins in childhood. Kids are more likely to develop nearsightedness if their parents are also nearsighted. Worryingly, this refractive error is on the rise in children.