Even prior to the pandemic, we were all spending long hours at our desks staring at a laptop or computer. Then we would come home and work some more or use our smartphones to browse social media. Since COVID-19 screen times have increased among people in the US, let’s learn how to save your eyes.Read More »Staring At A Screen Often? How To Save Your Eyes
Retinal detachment is a serious medical emergency, and unless you seek immediate treatment, you can lose your vision. There isn’t much you can do to prevent it from happening, but there are precautions you can take for protecting your eyes from retinal detachment.Read More »Protecting Your Eyes From Retinal Detachment
Age-related macular degeneration, or AMD, is an eye disease that affects your central vision. Aging can damage your macula, part of the retina which gives you sharp central vision. This condition is quite common and is the leading cause of irreversible vision loss in people over age 60 in the United States. Let’s find out more about age-related macular degeneration.Read More »Age-Related Macular Degeneration: What You Should Know
If you are seeing floaters and flashes, you may be wondering if this is an emergency. One could possibly be, and the other is usually not serious. Let’s explain in more detail.Read More »Seeing Floaters And Flashes: Is This An Emergency?