One of the understandable questions that people often ask when they find out if they have low vision is whether they can still drive. This is a good question to ask, and it’s one that you should be considered when you find out that you have a vision impairment. If you have low vision or […]
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Does one or both of your eyes look red and feel itchy or gritty? Is discharge coming out of one or both eyes? You may have pink eye. Also known as conjunctivitis, pink eye is a common condition that affects about 6 million people in the United States each year. The condition causes inflammation of […]
If you or your loved one has ever had conjunctivitis, you’ve probably been warned by your eye doctor to be careful about spreading it to someone else. But just why is conjunctivitis so contagious? How can something that only affects your eyes be transmitted to someone else? The answer lies in how humans tend to […]
Austin, TX eye doctors are often asked by patients if false eyelashes are safe to use. Wearing false eyelashes is extremely popular in Austin and all over Texas and beyond. And, with the wide range of false eyelash styles and types to choose from, they offer a versatile and stylish way of making up the […]
Glaucoma is one of those eye health conditions that get a lot of attention, but it is also highly misunderstood. Take a look at some of the myths associated with glaucoma. Myth: Glaucoma blindness is not a preventable result of the disease. While glaucoma itself may not always be preventable, you can control some of […]
Pediatric acute bacterial conjunctivitis (pink eye) is one of the most common illnesses among children. As many as five million kids will get pink eye every year, and many of these instances will include a visit to an eye doctor for help. As a parent, it is always concerning when your child has an issue […]
It can be challenging for visually impaired people to carry out daily living activities such as shopping, cooking, and even watching TV. The challenges extend into their ability to work as expected, maintain relationships with friends and family, and comfortably participate in social and recreational activities. In severe cases where their vision diminishes, these individuals […]
Macular degeneration is a serious, progressive eye disease that often leads to serious vision impairment or even blindness. Indeed, macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness throughout the world. Worse, it is incurable. The disease is most prevalent in those over 60, but it is possible to begin to develop macular degeneration at any […]
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