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Category Archives: Eye Health

March Is Workplace Eye Wellness Month

According to data, almost 2,000 US workers sustain job-related eye injuries that require immediate medical treatment every single day. In fact, it is estimated that one million Americans have lost some degree of sight due to eye injuries. As a result, Prevent Blindness has declared March as Workplace Eye Wellness Month. Their goal is to… Read More »


What is Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)?

Age-related macular degeneration is an eye disease that blurs people’s central vision. It is a common condition that often leads to vision loss in people over the age of 55. And although it doesn’t cause complete blindness, losing central vision makes it hard to drive, read, see faces, or fix things around the house. That’s… Read More »


How to Maintain Good Eye Health

Your eyes are one of the most important parts of your body. Unfortunately, some eye diseases can cause vision loss, so it’s vital to discover them early and treat them accordingly. And just as you should keep your body healthy to avoid diseases, you also need to take care of your eyes. Here are a… Read More »



Did You Know January Is Glaucoma Awareness Month?

Over the past few years, glaucoma has become one of the most common groups of eye diseases in the US. In fact, according to the CDC, about 3 million Americans suffer from glaucoma, with the number increasing drastically each year. What’s even worse is that at least 120,000 people are blind due to glaucoma, which… Read More »


Safe Toys and Gifts Month

The holiday season is a perfect opportunity for kids of all ages to receive toys and gifts from their families. And while everybody loves to give and receive Christmas presents, it’s important to consider how safe the toys truly are. In fact, one in ten children’s eye injuries resulting in an ER visit is caused… Read More »


November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

For some, it may come as a surprise that people suffering from diabetes are more likely to develop conditions that can affect their vision. In fact, according to research, one in three people with diabetes already has some signs of diabetic retinopathy. Therefore, in order to raise awareness, the American Academy of Ophthalmology has declared… Read More »



Do Your Eyes Hurt After Hitting the Books?

Let’s be frank — a lot of students avoid studying until the last minute and then “cram”. In fact, we all remember the all-nighters we pulled before exams. And while cramming for exams can mess up your sleeping schedule, it can also have consequences for your eyesight. It should come as no surprise that spending… Read More »


October is Halloween Safety Month

Halloween is right around the corner, meaning that most people are already rushing to prepare for their perfect costumes. However, not everybody is so excited about Halloween, and some are more worried about the dangers it poses. In fact, the American Academy of Ophthalmology is not so keen on Halloween, especially the increase in the… Read More »


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