Cataract Awareness Month is observed in June, aiming to raise awareness about cataracts and their impact on vision. Cataracts occur when the lens in the eye becomes clouded, leading to symptoms like blurred vision, sensitivity to glare, and difficulty seeing at night. Cataract surgery is the treatment and there are. . .
Our eyes are precious, delicate organs that deserve our utmost care and attention. Yet, when it comes to safeguarding our vision, many of us tend to overlook a simple yet crucial accessory: sunglasses. I’ll explain why wearing sunglasses is essential for maintaining eye health and protecting our eyes from potential. . .
Eye vitamins are very important for eye health and can help tame oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is one of the common factors leading to age-related eye diseases in older adults. Factors such as high oxygen consumption, high concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids, and cumulative exposure to high-energy visible light in. . .
Winter is the worse time for dry eyes. The humidity drops and the cornea can dry out. The eyes become irritated and the vision can blur. Some medication and some types of eye surgery can make dry eyes worse. You can post this blog on social media using #winterdryeyes to spread. . .
This month – the biggest gift-giving month in the world – let’s all participate in Safe Toys and Gifts Month. It’s important to keep safety in mind as we shop for all the little ones in our lives. In addition to safe gift shopping, you can post this blog on social. . .
Halloween is one of America’s favorite holidays. Even though Halloween is traditionally a holiday for children, adults can get in on the fun as well. No matter what your age, there are specific safety precautions that everyone should follow to ensure a happy and safe Halloween. Many Halloween hazards have. . .
As April comes to a close, we think it’s important to reflect on the importance of women’s eye health. Two out of every three people living with blindness or vision problems are women, according to the National Eye Institute. Data from The Future of Vision: Forecasting the Prevalence and Costs of. . .
What Is Spring Cleaning? Traditionally speaking, spring cleaning is thought to have originated with Jewish Passover practices. For seven days prior to Passover, practitioners abstain from consuming all food products leavened with yeast, including crumbs. This custom requires a thorough house cleaning, from top to bottom. Since Passover falls in. . .