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Diabetic Eye Disease: From Diagnosis to Treatment

Imagine if there was a deadly and debilitating disease the affected nearly 30 million Americans, yet nearly 25% of them weren’t even aware they had the disease. We are talking about diabetes, and left undetected or untreated, diabetes can lead to a number of horrific consequences, including neuropathy, amputation, blindness, and even death.

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Get Regular Eye Exams for Much More Than Your Eyes

What do diabetes, Graves’ eye disease, thyroid problems, cardiovascular disease, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, sickle cell anemia and several other medical conditions have in common? They can all be detected during a careful eye examination.

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The Eyes Are the Windows to Heart Health

“Heart disease accounts for nearly 800,000 American deaths per year, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Many of these deaths would be preventable with early detection – and one rarely discussed early detection test is an eye examination.”

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How to Protect Your Eyes on the Golf Course

Sunshine is essential for good health. It helps your body manufacture vitamin D, helps regulate mood, treats fatigue, and supports a healthy immune system. However, study after study has highlighted the dangers of the sun’s UV rays. As well as increasing your risk for developing skin cancer, overexposure to sunlight and facilitate in vision loss.

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Medical Management: The Impact on Children’s Vision

“What does medical management truly mean when it comes to managed vision care and benefits? Traditionally, medical management has referred to insurers and medical professionals working together to improve care quality, outcomes and costs. However, the U.S. healthcare ecosystem is continuing to rapidly evolve—with healthcare venture capitalist fundraising reaching record highs in 2018, according to data by PitchBook—and the concept of medical management has been heavily adapted and consequently muddled.”

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