Age and genetics are the usual causes of cataracts. There’s nothing you can do about them, but you can mitigate the risk they pose by adopting a healthy diet and making some lifestyle changes. Here’s how a healthy diet can decrease your risk.
Although it’s difficult to estimate how many people in America wear glasses we do know approximately 75% of adults use vision correction. So over 61% are wearing glasses daily. It is easy to overlook the importance of care needed to make sure your glasses meet your everyday needs. When your car is low on […]
Whether swimming is an exercise or a form of relaxation for you, it can’t be denied that pool water can irritate your eyes. The good thing is that you can prevent this from happening.
Retinoblastoma is an eye cancer that usually affects young children and, at times, adults. The condition makes the nerve cells in the retina change and increase in size and number, which eventually leads to a tumor. Children who inherited the gene related to this disease from their parents are at higher risk of getting it.
Strabismus, most often referred to as “crossed eyes”, is a vision developmental problem, which often develops during one’s formative years. Recent studies show that this eye disorder affects around 4% of all children in the country. Here, we break down the causes, risk factors and symptoms.