Your child’s vision plays a vital role in his or her performance in school and overall development. With regular eye exams, you can keep track of your kid’s vision and eye health. During a general health assessment, children’s eyes should be checked to see if they need vision therapy or correction.
Polarized sunglasses are a must-have for people who spend a significant amount of time outdoors, around bodies of water and driving. This type of eyewear blocks glare from surfaces, such as snow and water. If glare makes you feel uncomfortable, or you have recently had cataract surgery, these sunglasses will help you.
Given the rapid increase in childhood myopia being seen in the U.S., the American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated their guidance on managing myopia in children. Both organizations now recommend children play outdoors more to delay the onset of myopia, and support proactive treatment of myopic children to reduce the […]
Amblyopia is the lack of visual acuity or development in one or both eyes. Also known as lazy eye, it can be caused by different conditions, such as astigmatism or varying degrees of farsightedness or nearsightedness. But despite the myths surrounding amblyopia, it can be treated.
You might love going to the beach or lying by your pool to get yourself some good sunlight. But without the right protection, too much sun means your eyes get affected by ultraviolet (UV) exposure over time. But what are the common eye conditions linked to UV exposure?