Do you spend a lot of time after the sun goes down looking at a bright screen?
Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of permanent vision loss for people over the age of fifty.
As we get older, the lenses in our eyes become less flexible.
An underrated ingredient of a good quality of life is healthy eyesight.
Clear eyesight requires all of the intricate parts and systems of the eye to work together.
The shorter days of winter inevitably lead to more night driving than in the other seasons.
Functioning, healthy eyesight plays a huge role in a child’s development and education.
Many autoimmune diseases can interfere with the health and function of the eyes.
Babies aren’t born with visual skills; they actually have to learn how to see!
Even if there are fewer hours of daylight in the winter, sunglasses are still important!