Posts From January, 2015

Is Presbyopia a Disease?

Presbyopia, otherwise known as the inability of the eye to make fine adjustments, is often mistaken as either myopia (nearsightedness) or hyperopia (farsightedness). Presbyopia is entirely different from being nearsighted or farsighted but may occur alongside those refractive errors. It is important to note that presbyopia is not a disease but simply a part of […]


Quick Guide to Preventing Eye Injuries at Home

Roughly half of eye injuries happen at home — the garage and backyard as the most common areas for eye injury. Here’s a quick guide to help reduce eye injury risk at home: The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that each household have at least one pair of protective eyewear that has passed the ANSI […]


 
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