Receiving a macular degeneration diagnosis can be scary. If the condition runs in your family and you haven’t been diagnosed yet, then you could be at an increased risk. As the leading cause of vision loss, macular degeneration is best treated by preventing the condition or catching it early to stop further progression. Currently, the disease is considered incurable once you have been diagnosed. Because of this, it helps to educate yourself about the disease and take the steps needed to ensure that your vision remains healthy for as long as possible.
Glaucoma is a progressive retinal disease which can afflict anyone. Modern science has not found a cure to this eye disease as yet though many possible medical interventions and treatments are in the works. In this article, we will help you identify the top 15 ways to identify if you or your loved one has Glaucoma.
Knowledge is power. Knowing the symptoms can help you stop the onset of Glaucoma and inhibit it from spreading its wings.
Dry eye syndrome or keratoconjunctivitis sicca is one of the most common eye diseases. It affects up to a third of the population to some degree and is one of the most common conditions adults can experience.
Fortunately, dry eye syndrome can be prevented and reduced.
You can use tons of home remedies for dry eye that are neither expensive nor time-consuming.
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