As the eye ages, proteins in the lens can begin to clump. This can lead to cataracts. People who develop cataracts often experience cloudy or blurred vision and discoloration in their lenses. Click on this infographic to learn more about cataracts.
Diabetes Awareness Month - Eye disease (diabetic retinopathy): most people with diabetes will develop some form of eye disease (retinopathy) causing reduced vision or blindness. Consistently high levels of blood glucose, together with high blood pressure and high cholesterol, are the main causes of retinopathy. It can be managed through regular eye checks and keeping glucose and lipid levels at or close to normal.
Was an eye exam part of your child’s last sports physical? Vision health often gets overlooked in pre-sports check-ups, but it plays a central role in succeeding and staying safe on the field. This infographic explains why you should schedule an eye exam for your child before they compete.