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Tips for Coping with Vision Loss

Many normal, age-related problems affecting vision can be addressed with practical solutions, such as extra lighting for reading recipes or tinkering with garage projects. In fact, after about age 60, you may find you need additional illumination for most tasks...

A good candidate for LASIK

LASIK, short for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, is the most popular refractive surgery available today. Each year, more than one million LASIK procedures are performed in the United States. LASIK has become the premier surgery for vision correction because...

Why Are Eye Exams Important?

Regardless of your age or physical health, it's important to have regular eye exams. During a complete eye exam, your eye doctor will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, but also check your eyes for common eye diseases, assess how...

Contact Lenses for the "Hard-to-Fit" Patient

Not everyone is well suited to the most common types of contact lenses. If you have one or more of the following conditions, contact lens wear may be more challenging: astigmatism dry eyes presbyopia giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC) keratoconus post-refractive...

Computer Glasses

When you work at a computer for any length of time, it's common to experience eyestrain, blurred vision and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). Viewing computer-generated print and images on a screen or monitor for prolonged periods is harder on the eyes...

Learning-Related Vision Problems

There's no question that good vision is important for learning. Experts say more than 80% of what your child is taught in school is presented to them visually. To make sure your child has the visual skills they need for school, the first step is to make sure your...

Eye Exams for Kids

Eye Exams for Children As a parent, you may wonder whether your pre-schooler has a vision problem or when a first eye exam should be scheduled. Eye exams for children are extremely important. Experts say 5% to 10% of pre-schoolers and 25% of school-aged children have...

Dry Eyes

Dry Eye Syndrome Dry eye syndrome (DES or dry eye) is a chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. Its consequences range from minor irritation to the inability to wear contact lenses and an increased risk of corneal inflammation...

Allergy Season and your Eyes

Eye Allergies Similar to processes that occur with other types of allergic responses, the eye may overreact to a substance perceived as harmful even though it may not be. For example, dust that is harmless to most people can cause excessive tear production and mucus...

Contacts and Glasses That Enhance Performance

Contacts and Glasses That Enhance Performance Good vision is critical for nearly every sport. To determine the effect of visual acuity on sports performance, British optometrist Geraint Griffiths and others tested the performance of Wimbledon tennis players and UK...