New Contact Lenses Could Help Patients With Diabetes Keep Vision LongerMillions of people with diabetes live with the dread of eventually losing their eyesight to the disease.
Study: Vision Impairment A Growing Problem With PreschoolersA recent study shows tens of thousands of preschoolers are struggling with untreated vision problems
Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Processing Disorders And How To Help Your ChildBrain Balance constructs a comprehensive, personal plan to address a child's challenges related to Dyslexia, processing disorders and learning disabilities.
Healthwatch: Staring At Screens Leads To Eye StrainNearly 60 percent of Americans use digital devices for five or more hours each day and most of us use two or more devices at a time.
Eye Vitamins Could Better Vision In The Long RunMore than half of all Americans take some type of a daily vitamin or nutritional supplement, even though recent research says a multivitamin has little if any long term health benefit.
Contact Lenses Could Correct Your Vision While You SleepThe number of people who are nearsighted, a condition doctors call myopia, has doubled in this country since the 1970’s. While the theories behind that increase are numerous, one thing is certain, millions more people are wearing glasses, contacts or having corrective laser surgery.
Buying Glasses Online May Not Measure UpOn average, a person will pay about $200 for a pair of prescription glasses. Add on a designer name and fancy frames and you’ll pay much more. But, some glasses are selling online for as little as $7.