Eye Health

10 Tips to Protect Your Eyesight
Eye Health

10 Tips to Protect Your Eyesight

Marc R. Grossman | October 4, 2019

Ten easy, natural ways to safeguard your vision. Exercise, stress, technology and even mindfulness practices can impact eye health

Can You Treat Cataracts with an Eyedrop?

Can You Treat Cataracts with an Eyedrop?

Marc R. Grossman | September 11, 2019

N-acetylcarnosine (NAC) eyedrops may stop or reverse some kinds of cataract, or at least delay need for surgery. What you need to know...

Little-Known Cause of Blurry Vision
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Little-Known Cause of Blurry Vision

August 12, 2019

The Importance of Protecting Your Eyes in Today’s Screen-focused World—with Dr. Marc Grossman
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The Importance of Protecting Your Eyes in Today’s Screen-focused World—with Dr. Marc Grossman

Marc R. Grossman | July 30, 2019

There is an epidemic of nearsightedness, thanks to our increasingly screen-focused world. It makes eye doctors and eyeglass manufacturers happy,…

Does Lasik Eye Surgery Mean No More Glasses?

Does Lasik Eye Surgery Mean No More Glasses?

Melvin Schrier, OD, FAAO | June 12, 2019

Choosing Lasik surgery so you never again have to wear eyeglasses or contacts can lead to disappointment. Here’s what to really expect...

Can I Make a Broken Blood Vessel in My Eye Go Away Faster?
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Can I Make a Broken Blood Vessel in My Eye Go Away Faster?

Robert Abel, Jr., MD | March 18, 2019

A broken blood vessel in your eye, called subconjunctival hemorrhage, looks worse than it is...most of the time. Know what to look out for.

New Treatment Advances for Cataracts and Glaucoma

New Treatment Advances for Cataracts and Glaucoma

Robert Abel, Jr., MD | March 11, 2019

Prevent the vision loss—or even blindness—that can result from common eye diseases. Here are the breakthrough treatments to consider…

Great Eyeglasses for Half the Price
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Great Eyeglasses for Half the Price

Clark Howard | February 25, 2019

A pair of eyeglasses can cost hundreds of dollars, but there’s no need to pay anywhere near that much. Quality…

Are Blue Light Filters a Help or Hype?
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Are Blue Light Filters a Help or Hype?

Marc R. Grossman | December 26, 2018

Research has started to connect the dots between blue light exposure and damage to your retinas. Here’s how to protect your vision starting today.

A New Kind of Glaucoma Surgery That’s Less Invasive and Works Better

A New Kind of Glaucoma Surgery That’s Less Invasive and Works Better

Robert N. Weinreb, MD | December 11, 2018

These new techniques are less invasive and are changing the way mild to moderate glaucoma is managed.

Stress Can Make You Go Blind

Stress Can Make You Go Blind

Muneeb Faiq, PhD | November 26, 2018

Stress can lead to a wide variety of eye conditions, from glaucoma to optic neuropathy to nearsightedness…and blindness. Here’s how to protect yourself.

If I Have Glaucoma, Can I Get Cataract Surgery?

If I Have Glaucoma, Can I Get Cataract Surgery?

David F. Chang, MD | November 23, 2018

Having both glaucoma and cataracts is not uncommon as we get older. The cataract surgery must be done with the glaucoma in mind.

The Eye Exam Tests You’ve Never Heard Of

The Eye Exam Tests You’ve Never Heard Of

Marc R. Grossman | November 12, 2018

Reading eye charts and basic glaucoma tests may not find vision problems early enough. Put these tests on your eye-health radar

The Bottom Line Guide to Healthy Eyes Decade by Decade
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The Bottom Line Guide to Healthy Eyes Decade by Decade

Marc R. Grossman | October 16, 2018

It’s never too soon to take steps to protect your vision…or too late to start.

Latest Developments in Low Vision Solutions

Latest Developments in Low Vision Solutions

Ashley Deemer, OD, FAAO | September 27, 2018

New high-tech devices can restore access to the seeing world for people with low vision. Check out LVES, eSight and more.