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5 Ways To Prevent Cataracts

Cataracts are more common than you think, especially in older people. According to the National Eye Institute, half of Americans have a cataract or went through cataract surgery by age 80. This eye disease can lead to blindness and affect your quality of life....

3 Things To Know If Your Child Is Diagnosed With Myopia

Myopia is an eye condition known as nearsightedness. If your eye doctor tells you that your child is nearsighted, it means that he or she can see things that are close but may have trouble seeing things at a distance. Your child will most likely need to wear glasses...

4 Ideal Reasons To Wear Contact Lenses

Have you been thinking about switching out your eyeglasses to wear contact lenses? Opting to wear contact lenses is actually a great investment, as it will come along with several benefits that you can enjoy. Take a look at this article for a list that will explain...

Top Signs That You May Have Cataract Trouble

It is important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that indicate that you may have a cataract problem. This way, you will be able to get the professional help, including surgery, that you may need before the problem gets a lot worse. To help you...

Questions About Contact Lenses

If you are going to be getting contacts, then you want to be prepared for wearing them, caring for them and dealing with any issues that may arise. This means getting the answers to common questions people generally have when they first start wearing contacts. In the...

How New Smart Contact Lenses Can Help Diabetics

If you have diabetes, you know how dreadful it can be pricking your finger every day for monitoring your blood-sugar levels. You may have sore fingertips, making it even more uncomfortable. The good news is thanks to innovative, smart technology, you may not have to...

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I have never been much of a worrier, but when I started experiencing light flashes and floaters in my vision, I knew that something had to be wrong. I was dealing with sudden and unexplained eye pain, and I was concerned about what it might mean for my vision. Instead of ignoring the issue, I headed straight to the eye doctor’s office to get the help that I needed. They carefully evaluated the issue, and my doctor told me that I had detached retinas. This blog is all about saving your vision through quick and efficient actions and knowing how to get the help that you need.