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Living With Glaucoma

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Over three million people in the U.S. suffer from glaucoma, an eye disease that causes damage to the optic nerve, resulting in loss of vision. While there is no cure for glaucoma, an early diagnosis, proper medical treatment, and a...

Presbyopia Treatment Options

Presbyopia is the medical term for blurry up-close vision that occurs with age. Most people around the age of 40 slowly begin to notice it’s getting harder to read the newspaper or use a computer. While many presbyopia sufferers compensate for their vision problems...

Houston Presbyopia Surgery: Frequently Asked Questions

The loss of reading vision as we age is a condition known as presbyopia, and it eventually affects everyone, even those who have had perfect vision their whole lives. This vision change, which typically begins in your 40s, occurs because of changes to the eye’s lens,...

Helpful College Student Eye Care Tips

Fall semester will soon begin for many colleges in the Houston area. While preparing to return for another semester of classes, it is important to remember to take care of your eyes and look after your eye health. The following easy college student eye care tips can...

Practice These Fireworks Eye Safety Tips This Summer

Summer (especially July) is the most popular time of the year for fireworks, aside from New Year’s Eve. Celebrating Independence Day calls for BBQ, parades, and fireworks as part of the traditional celebration. To avoid crowds and spend more intimate time with family...