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A diet that’s packed with antioxidants can help prevent or slow the progression of serious eye conditions like macular degeneration. Ready to dig in?
You do not have to navigate the world of advanced age-related macular degeneration (AMD) alone. These are the doctors and specialists who will get you through.
Wet AMD is a serious—but treatable—condition. It just happens that the treatment requires getting regular injections into your eyes. (We know!) With some prep and practice, you can get over your fears and get the sight-saving medicine you need.
The AREDS 2 multivitamin is a research-backed supplement that can slow the progression of some forms of age-related macular degeneration. Find out if it’s right for you.
Not only is there more than one type of macular degeneration, but the conditions are treated differently, too. We spoke with a top ophthalmologist to learn more.
When you have wet macular degeneration, understanding your treatment options is the first step to preserving your vision. We've got the answers you need most.
Research on a bionic eye is underway, which could conceivably offer hope for improved vision in people with dry AMD.
After five years of drug treatment, about half of people with wet age-related macular degeneration had vision good enough to drive or to read standard print.
Age-related macular degeneration and cardiovascular disease share multiple risk factors, which suggests that therapies that work for one may benefit the other.
If you have wet age-related macular degeneration you may be worried about taking daily aspirin because of bleeding. Here’s what the latest research says.