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Can fruits, vegetables lower cataract risk?
A diet rich in antioxidant-laden fruits and vegetables may lessen the risk of cataracts according to the latest research that reinforces how proper nutrition may hedge against age-related eye disease risk.
Published: 04/17/19

How to get hands-on with dry eye
Dry eye disease doesn't discriminate-its ubiquity but relative lack of public understanding about the disease's complexity means these patients are presenting routinely and searching for answers. Do you know how to respond?
Published: 04/17/19

How to become a bilingual practice
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, most Americans speak English, but in 2015 it reported that more than 350 languages were spoken in U.S. homes. For a practice, this diversity can present a challenge or an opportunity.
Published: 04/10/19

8 Contact Lens Rules People With Dry Eyes Should Always Follow
Having dry eyes means the tear film meant to moisturize your eyeballs isn’t working as well as it should, but it doesn’t rule out your ability to wear contacts. It can, however, make the whole thing a little more challenging
Published: 04/10/19