Understanding risk factors in AMD development and progression can help us prevent AMD or stop it from getting worse. Nutrition has shown to play a vital role in eye health and AMD, and this area of study is actively being researched today. Recent US studies including: The Women’s Health Study and the “Carotenoids in Age Related Eye… Read More
Posted in Eye Health, Medical News, Uncategorized, What's New | January 30, 2015
CXL was effective in treating progressive keratoconus, achieving long-term stabilization of the condition. It was easy to perform, had a good safety profile, and reduced the need for corneal transplantation. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2015 Jan;41(1):41-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jcrs.2014.09.033.
Posted in Eye Health, Medical News, Uncategorized, What's New | January 23, 2015
While you probably know about the importance of eye protection during the sunny summer months, the winter can bring about a number of eye concerns as well — dry eye, photokeratitis and more. A study published in Archives of Dermatology even determined that out of thousands skiers and snowboarders surveyed, most only took minimal or… Read More
Posted in Eye Health, Uncategorized | January 22, 2015