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Top Risk Factors for Glaucoma

Top Risk Factors for Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye condition that damages the optic nerve, usually due to abnormally high eye pressure. This nerve is essential for good vision. Damage can lead to vision loss or blindness. Glaucoma can happen at any age but is more common among people over 60.

Top Tips for Kids' Eye Health and Safety

Top Tips for Kids' Eye Health and Safety

Vision is one of the most important senses for a child. Children learn a lot from their sight as they grow, and they understand the world best through observation. To keep vision at its healthiest and most effective, we must ensure that our kids are practicing good eye safety. We need to take measures to ensure that their vision is well protected. 

UV Safety Month: Choosing Eyewear With Proper Protection

UV Safety Month: Choosing Eyewear With Proper Protection

UV rays are invisible. However, they can cause irreversible damage to your eyes if you fail to take proactive measures such as wearing sunglasses with UV protection. It would help if you did so even on cloudy days since not all sunglasses provide 100 percent protection. It would be best to learn how to identify sunglasses that provide proper UV protection.

What Is the Difference Between LASIK and PRK?

What Is the Difference Between LASIK and PRK?

Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) and photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) are surgical techniques that help correct refractive errors. Eye surgeons use lasers to treat vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

How Do I Know If I Have an Eye Infection?

How Do I Know If I Have an Eye Infection?

If you experience swelling, pain, itching, or redness in the eye, you may be suffering from an eye infection. Eye infections are categorized according to the agents that cause them: bacterial, viral, or fungal. Infections arise when part of the eye, or the area around the eye, is affected.

What to Do If You Get a Foreign Body in Your Eye

What to Do If You Get a Foreign Body in Your Eye

A foreign object in the eye is any debris that has entered the eye from outside the body. It can be a speck of dust, your eyelash, a piece of fabric, or even a shard of metal. The source of the debris can be a variety of things that you might be using or near. 

What Happens If Cataracts Are Left Untreated?

What Happens If Cataracts Are Left Untreated?

In most cases, cataracts require a surgical procedure to remove them, but some patients do not require it. Untreated cataracts need constant monitoring by an eye doctor to observe their rate of progression. If the progression reaches a certain point, an ophthalmologist will recommend surgery.

Do I Need a Contact Lens Exam Before Getting Contacts?

Do I Need a Contact Lens Exam Before Getting Contacts?

Some people prefer wearing contacts for convenience. Technology has made it easy to get contact lenses shipped quickly to your door. But the eyes are a sensitive part of the human body and need professional care whenever there is a need for any change.

What Is a Corneal Abrasion and How Does It Heal?

What Is a Corneal Abrasion and How Does It Heal?

When you poke your eye or debris gets under your eyelid, you could end up with a scratch on your cornea. The scratch on your cornea is a corneal abrasion. It is one of the most common injuries. However, few people know how to deal with it.

What Is Pink Eye and How Is It Treated?

What Is Pink Eye and How Is It Treated?

There are times when you need to seek treatment for pink eye. But sometimes, this is not necessary. Though this condition can be quite irritating, it rarely affects people’s vision. Pink eye can be contagious, but early diagnosis and treatment can limit its spread.

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