Three Misconceptions About Laser Vision Correction Surgery

Laser vision correction surgery has been around for decades. During that time, the technology has improved greatly, reducing the chances of side effects and making faster recovery possible. Laser correction surgery can work wonders for people who are tired of wearing glasses or contacts, but sadly, some people still avoid the surgery because they've heard some misconceptions about it. Here's a look at those misconceptions and the truth that they've been masking. Read More 

4 Tips To Prevent Permanent Diabetic Vision Loss

A diabetes diagnosis affects every part of your health, including eye health. Vision loss from complications of diabetes can be due to a number of factors, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataracts, or the inability of the body to heal from an eye infection. Fortunately, it is often possible to prevent or at least slow the onset of these conditions. The following tips can help you maintain your vision health after you have been diagnosed with diabetes. Read More 

Choosing The Best Glasses

If you have learned that you need prescription glasses, or if you are going to be in the market for a new pair, then you will be glad to learn that you can choose from many different styles. You should consider the information offered in this article when you head out to look for a new pair of glasses so you know that you are getting the best ones that you will be very happy with. Read More 

Going On A Long Journey? Schedule These Medical Procedures First

The next time your fortune teller informs you that you'll soon be going on a long journey, don't pack those bags until you're medically ready to go. Whether your eyes aren't quite up to nighttime driving or your legs don't enjoy sitting still, a clean bill of health can help you enjoy a safer, happier trip. Here are some procedures you may need to add to your pre-travel checklist. General Physical Exam Read More 

6 Serious Health Problems An Eye Exam Can Catch

Annual eye exams help you catch small changes in your sight before they affect your ability to drive or read your computer screen at work. However, a comprehensive exam administered by an ophthalmologist or optometrist can reveal a lot more about your overall health. Don't skip the eye exam and you could get an early diagnosis for one of these six serious health problems. Blood Pressure Problems While blood pressure is easily measured with an arm cuff, too many people forget to take a reading at least once or twice a year. Read More