Did you know that one in four school-age children have vision problems that can affect learning, personality, and school adjustment? Learn more about spotting eye problems in children and how to protect your child's eyes.
Some eye care professionals (ECPs) are beginning to see patients again. They are also taking several precautions to protect your health, including following strict hygiene and disinfection guidelines for their offices. You should expect many changes to in-person appointments, including how you schedule them and what happens before and during your exam.
Most cataracts develop when aging or injury changes the tissue that makes up your eye’s lens. Some inherited genetic disorders or underlying medical conditions can also increase your risk. Still, there are actions you can take to reduce your chances.
75% of Americans need some form of vision correction. Get a better understanding of the widespread need of vision care, the impact it has on the economy and how routine vision plays a critical role in the early detection of many chronic health conditions.
With the increasing use of digital devices, many individuals suffer from eye discomfort after prolonged screen use. This is known as digital eye strain. Learn more about the prevalence of digital eye strain among Americans.