What Can I Do to Improve My Night Vision

          For many people, especially older people, the beauty of nighttime is getting obscured by a condition called nyctalopia, more commonly referred to as night blindness. Not only can these people not appreciate the beauty of night, they cannot easily do their regular day-to-day activities like reading, knitting, driving, or even […]

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Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

The Facts About Women and Eye Health Account for 2/3 of blindness & visual impairment More likely to have age-related macular degeneration More likely to suffer from glaucoma and cataracts Have greater rates of dry eye syndrome More likely to have uncorrected refractive errors More likely to have other diseases that are associated with eye […]

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Ocular Migraine

IN THIS ARTICLE Symptoms Causes How It’s Diagnosed Treatment What is Optical Migraine or Ocular Migraine?           Whenever we talk about Migraines we tend to imagine about pounding and disabling headaches but when we talk about optical migraine or ocular migraine, this is a condition in which the affected individual does […]

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Contact Lenses: A Great Way to See!

Contents 1 Introduction and Overview 2 The Basics of Contact Lens Care: Know Your Products 3 Always and Never 4 Staying Safe 5 Diagnosis Codes Introduction and Overview           Section one of this series introduced you to contact lenses (CLs); they are a great way to correct your vision, for optical […]

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Safe Driving After Age 60

          Driving helps older adults stay mobile and independent, but the risk of being injured or killed in a motor vehicle crash increases as you age. Learn about older drivers’ risks on the road and steps you can take to protect yourself or someone you care about.         […]

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