Believe it or not, RA issues can show up in your eyes. So if you’re experiencing dry eyes, blurred vision, or severe eye pain, it could be your RA.
Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness in America. Learn about diabetes-related eye conditions and how often you should get your eyes checked.
Crohn’s disease can affect many other areas of your body, including your eyes. Here are some of the ways Crohn’s can complicate your eye health.
Your ulcerative colitis can actually cause eye inflammation that can lead to vision loss. Learn the signs of eye inflammation and how you can prevent it.
Better known as Graves’ eye disease, this disease affects up to half of all people living with Graves’ disease.
Complications may include dry eyes, episcleritis, scleritis, corneal problems, glaucoma, cataracts, and Sjogren’s Syndrome.
Depression is common in people with age-related macular degeneration—the leading cause of vision loss in older adults. Here’s what to know.
High blood pressure can damage small blood vessels that supply the retina, an area at the back of the eye that’s essential to vision. Here’s what to know.
As people age, problems with vision, such as cataracts, and mental functioning often occur together. Might correcting one improve 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.