We’re all aware of the harmful effects that smoking can have on our bodies, but many people don’t realize the negative impact that smoking can have on our vision as well.
If you were planning on gifting the latest touchscreen gadget to a loved one, you might want to reconsider. As noted in a recent article in US News & World Report, there’s a major lifestyle switch that has occurred within the last 30 years, with both kids and adults spending more time indoors and doing close-up work with computer screens and phones.
As the season gets colder, you might think it’s a no brainer to head to the doctor for your annual flu shot or checkup. But, did you ever consider that heading to the ophthalmologist might also be a step in preventing a health problem?
A recent study published findings that eating fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk of glaucoma. The second leading cause of blindness in the world, glaucoma is a disease that damages the eye’s optic nerve.
Summer is coming to a close and many recently graduated high school students will be moving away to attend college in just a few weeks. Whether moving to another state for school or just down the road at a local university, students should pay special attention to these eye care tips.
Baby Boomers are reaching the age where plans for retirement in tropical locations might be in sight, but will they be able to see paradise when they get there?