Low Vision Home Safety Tips

A happy home life should be something everyone enjoys, including people with vision issues. The National Eye Institute reports today, there are 4.2 million Americans ages 40 and older who are visually impaired. By 2030, the number is projected to reach 7.2 million, with 5 million people who are expected to have low vision. Low […]

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Eye Exams at Age 40

For many people, good vision means good eye health. But that is not necessarily true. Regular eye exams can catch problems before it’s too late and that alone can be the difference in saving your vision. Changes in your eyesight happen, and sometimes they can happen with no warning, especially after you reach the age […]

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Presbyopia, Bifocals, and Progressives

Presbyopia is farsightedness caused by the increasing rigidity of the lens in the eye as we age. It affects nearly everyone older than 65, and for the 42 percent of Americans who are already nearsighted, this creates a complication. People who previously had 20/20 vision can just grab a pair of reading glasses to combat […]

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