• 27 JAN 17
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    Treating Stargardt’s Disease – Even when you have been told nothing more can be done

    Stargardt disease is the most common form of juvenile macular degeneration and it affects 1 out of every 8 to 10 thousand people. It is an inherited disorder of the retina- the tissue at the back of the eye that senses light. Typically the disease causes vision loss during childhood or adolescence which slowly progressesRead more →
    • 03 JUL 17
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    The Three Things You Need to Know About Macular Degeneration

    Happy Fourth of July! It is a great time of year to celebrate warm weather and American Independence. Band concerts, family gatherings, and firework displays make the holiday enjoyable. However, if your vision is restricted by eye disease it may make it difficult to see the best part of these celebrations - the faces ofRead more →
    • 30 MAY 17
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    The Healthy Fashion of Wearing Sunglasses

    You may have noticed that the sun is a bit brighter these days (Good news!). You may have also noticed that you are using the visor more when you drive or squinting more when the light glares off the cars in front of you. Those are reminders that it is time to get a goodRead more →
    • 21 APR 17
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    The Future of Vision – Artificial Retinas and More

    We enjoy writing about the future of vision because the possibilities excite us. New inventions and clinical insights remind us that scientists and researchers are paying attention to vision and its vital role in life. The innovations and medical devices coming out of clinical research today can protect and improve sight, even for the legallyRead more →