Four Types Of Eyesight Threats In The Kitchen
18 May 2017
If you love cooking (or if you must cook), you should know that the kitchen poses some serious threats to your eyesight. Here are a few examples of these, and what you can do to preempt them:
Spices can get into your eyes in different ways. For example, you can rub your eyes with contaminated hands, the wind can blow up powdery spices into your eyes, and liquid spices can splash up on your face.
14 March 2016
From cataracts and glaucoma to nearsightedness, the various conditions that can affect your eye health and sight can be overwhelming. While most of these conditions are common and easy to diagnose and treat, other conditions affecting the eye and your vision can be challenging and surprising. Known for its bloody tears, haemolacria is an incredibly rare and frightening disorder. Unfortunately, determining the cause of the condition is difficult, since very few cases of haemolacria have been documented.
The Parent's Guide To Child Eye Care
16 December 2015
According to a recent study, 66 % of Americans require some form of corrective vision. Only 48 % of parents, however, have taken their child or children to see an optometrist or ophthalmologist.
If your child is living without the corrective vision they need, they might struggle to keep up in classroom and when playing their favorite sport.
Here's a quick parent's guide to help your child get the corrective vision they need to succeed:
What To Expect Before, During And After Your Laser Cataract Surgery
13 November 2015
If your eye doctor has informed you that you have cataracts, you're not alone. By the age of 65, more than 90 percent of people have a cataract. Luckily, there are laser-based surgical procedures that can be used to remove the cataract and restore normal vision. Depending on the severity of your cataracts, your eye doctor may recommend that you undergo this surgery soon, or may suggest that you do so in a few years.