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Macular Degeneration

The Consequences of Remote Work on Vision

Although the shift to remote work has had a profound impact on many workers, including those who  have disabilities or are care givers to family members, it has in some instances been linked to a lower quality of sleep,...read more


Impact of Glaucoma on Driving

Patients diagnosed with glaucoma, even at an early stage of the disease are at increased risk of driving that could lead to involvement in car accidents. It is known that glaucoma can decrease contrast sensitivity, motion detection, color perception, peripheral...read more


Eye Allergies: Making the Proper Diagnosis

Many people may not associate specific eye symptoms with any condition, but eye allergies, also referred to as allergic conjunctivitis are common. Eye allergies occur when the eyes react to certain irritants called allergens. The eyes produce a substance called histamine...read more

Eye Injuries

What to Do If Your Child Sustains an Eye Injury

Those caring for children are aware they can be susceptible to eye injury from any number of activities. When this occurs, depending on the nature of the injury, if it is non-emergent where immediate attention is needed in a hospital...read more

Contact Lenses

The Appropriate Wearing and Caring for Contact Lenses

The Appropriate Wearing and Caring for Contact Lenses The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 45 million people in the United States wear contact lenses and two-thirds of contact lens wearers are female. The average age of...read more


Does Gene Therapy Have Potential for Glaucoma?

It has been reported there is increasing evidence for the efficacy of different glaucoma gene therapies. This research, however, is still in its nascent stages and must go through human clinical trials. The use of gene therapy to treat...read more

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