What’s the Difference Between Wet and Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration?

Much like the rest of the body, the eyes cannot fight the effects of aging, and even people in ideal health are not immune to the risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). The [...]

Why Exercise Is Good for Your Eyesight

Weight loss. Improved self-image. A longer life. When we talk about all of the reasons why we should be working out, vision doesn’t often make the list. But look again, because exercise is [...]

Why Your Diet Needs These 6 Eye-Friendly Foods

Whether you’ve made healthy eating part of your New Year’s resolution or you’re simply looking to add new foods to your diet, what you put on your plate every day can have a [...]

From Age to Genetics, These Are the Glaucoma Risk Factors You Need to Know

The Sneak Thief of Sight. The Silent Thief. No matter which nickname is used to describe Glaucoma, the message is clear: it will occur without warning and gradually rob you of your vision. [...]

How to Avoid Symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome

If you were asked the question, would you be able to count the number of hours you spend in front of a computer screen every week? It’s a question Dr. Vivienne Velasco often [...]

How Las Vegans Can Find Relief From Dry Eye

Living and working in a region that sees little precipitation or humidity, Dr. Vivienne Velasco is used to diagnosing the symptoms of dry eye. “The dry air that we experience in Southern Nevada, [...]

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