• 14 APR 17
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    Womens’ Eye Health and Safety Month

    April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month and the perfect time to create awareness of the fact that women suffer from more vision problems than men. It is also a great time to talk about the important steps that women can take to preserve their vision. • Of the 4.1 million Americans aged 40Read more →
    • 05 DEC 16
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    Winter safety for those with impaired vision

    It’s an understatement to say that winter is a complicated season. It can bring any number of combinations of sleet, snow, ice, and freezing rain. It is an unpredictable force of nature that can turn pavement into black ice and sidewalks into skating rinks in a moment’s notice. Staying safe and preventing winter falls dependsRead more →
    • 22 OCT 18
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    What’s the difference between wet and dry age-related macular degeneration?

    What’s the difference between wet and dry age-related macular degeneration?

    Even though there is no cure, it’s important to know about Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) because it affects more than 1.8 million Americans and is the leading cause of vision loss in the U.S. The disease affects more people than cataracts and glaucoma combined. Vision loss caused by the disease is not noticed until theRead more →
    • 02 MAY 17
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    What Zebra Fish are Teaching Us About Vision.

    What on earth do Zebra fish have to do with the health of our eyes? A lot according to scientists. Fish eyes have the ability to regenerate if they suffer damage or injury. Human eyes do not. Now researchers want to learn how fish eyes repair themselves in the hopes that they can use thatRead more →