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Psoriasis: 5 Tips to Protect Your Eyes

The inflammatory nature of psoriasis can increase risk of developing eye disorders such as uveitis, dry eye, and conjunctivitis. Learn five tips for protecting your eyes.

How to Take Care of Your Vision During Menopause

If you are a woman of menopausal age, taking a proactive approach to your eye health is key.

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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3 Things I Miss Most About Life Before MS

Having a chronic condition often means not being able to enjoy the things you did before you were diagnosed—but it can also result in discovering new pursuits and pleasures.

A Bionic Eye Implant for AMD?

A Bionic Eye Implant for AMD?

Research on a bionic eye is underway, which could conceivably offer hope for improved vision in people with dry AMD.

Nerve Stimulation May Help Restore Vision

Nerve Stimulation May Help Restore Vision

Stimulation from electrical alternating current may partially restore vision in glaucoma patients who still have some residual vision.

Progressive Lenses May Raise Risk of Falling

Progressive Lenses May Raise Risk of Falling

A recent study found a significant link between the risk of falling and optical blur caused by progressive eyeglass lenses.

5 Ways to Prevent Digital Eye Strain

Eye strain affects 58 percent of adults who use electronic devices, according to a recent survey. Here’s what you can do to avoid it.

6 Things That Raise Your Risk for Cataracts

Cataracts can occur at any age, but they are most common later in life. More than 20 million Americans over age 40 are estimated to have had one. That number is anticipated to reach about 30 million by 2020. Here are six factors that increase your ri...

Prevent a Contact Lens Infection

Nearly 1 million patients end up in doctors’ offices because of contact lens disorders. An infection can lead to corneal scarring and vision loss. Here’s what you can do.