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Here Come the Sunnies: The Best Shades for People With Diabetes

Protect your sight with a few simple buying tips before you shop!

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Can You Cure Diabetic Retinopathy?

Get answers to this and all your other questions about how to best protect your eyesight when you have diabetes.

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What Is Thyroid Eye Disease?

Better known as Graves’ eye disease, this disease affects up to half of all people living with Graves’ disease.

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Everything You Need to Know About Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetes can affect every part of the eye. Know the risks and how to protect your sight.

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Is a Guide Dog Right for You?

If you've lost your vision due to a condition like diabetic retinopathy, one of these highly trained service animals can give you a new level of independence.

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Don't Let Crohn's Disease Hurt Your Eyes

Crohn’s disease doesn't just affect the digestive tract, it can also hurt your eyes. You should know about these eye conditions that can devlop from IBD.

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5 Tips to Protect Your Eyes From Psoriasis

Psoriasis doesn't just affect your skin. The inflammation can lead to eye disorders like uveitis, dry eye, and conjunctivitis. Follow these five tips for protecting your eyes.

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7 Ways to Have an Easier Day With Low Vision

From cooking to pet care, we’ve got advice on how to make daily tasks a little easier when you have advanced age-related macular degeneration.

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15 Tools That Help You See

Dealing with macular degeneration or other problems with low vision? The expert-approved products will give your eyesight a boost.

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What It's Really Like to Live With Wet AMD

Advanced macular degeneration is "no cup of tea," but it's not the end of everything either. Three patients get real about living with vision loss.