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Eye flashes and floaters are something most people will experience at some point in their lives. Most of the time, flashes and floaters are benign, but sometimes they are a sign of something serious.
Congratulations to both Dr. Eduardo Uchiyama and Dr. Ryan Shields, who gave presentations at ASRS in New York.
Many eye injuries can be easily prevented. Eye injury prevention starts at home and extends to our jobs and hobbies.
Every May, we honor National Healthy Vision Month by taking the opportunity to make the health of our eyesight a priority. Here's how to protect your vision.
Macular holes and macular puckers may be less well-known than a retina detachment or flashes/floaters, but they are absolutely part of retina conditions that typically require diagnosis and care.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is of noted importance each February for good reason – around 11 million Americans have some degree of AMD.
A visual distortion is anything that impairs your normal vision. There are many causes for visual distortions, such as migraines, but they can also indicate other conditions as well.
As we all know and may have experienced, our eyesight tends to worsen with age. However, with modern treatment options and a little vigilance, it's possible to circumvent age-related vision problems.
November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, making it a great time to learn more about diabetic retinopathy and how to keep it from interfering with your vision.
Diabetics are at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, a condition associated with bleeding and leaking of fluid in the retina, the fine nerve tissue in the back of the eye that helps us see.
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