Posts Tagged ‘vision’

Vision 2050… A Mid-century View

How will the vision picture look in 30 years? Here’s a glance at what’s ahead in terms of an aging patient base and the resulting changes… more

Talking to Patients About Glaucoma

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. It’s a good time to share information about this devastating, sight-stealing disease with your patients. It’s become even more important… more

Night Driving Dangers

Research points to a number of visual challenges consumers encounter when driving in the dark. That’s especially true with young drivers and older ones. Here are… more

Knock Knock. Who’s There? A Concussion!

Did you know that over 20 visual skills can be impacted by a knock on the noggin? Because of that, a concussion, also known as a… more

Carrot Lore and More

During World War II, posters told British citizens that eating more carrots would help them “see in a blackout.” Carrots are still associated with vision, but… more