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Glaucoma: Vision’s silent killer
Once you have glaucoma, you have it for the rest of your life and complying with treatment is vital to maintaining vision.
Published: 10/28/19

Beyond irritating, secondhand smoke could harm children’s eyes
Secondhand smoke may cause choroidal thinning in children as young as 6, claims a new study that details another ocular health consequence associated with America's leading cause of preventable disease.
Published: 10/26/19

From Da Vinci to Degas: How famous artists were affected by their eyesight
Degas suffered failing vision from 1860 to 1910, with his style becoming increasingly rough as his eye disease progressed


Published: 10/18/19

Don't leave patients in the dark about night driving
With the days already growing shorter-and the rollback of daylight saving time (DST) around the corner-doctors of optometry can access AOA resources that can signal to patients their vision might be affected while driving in the evening.
Published: 10/18/19

So, you want decorative contacts for Halloween? What to know
Whether corrective or decorative, all contact lenses are classified as medical devices by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and that means they require a prescription from an eye doctor before touching your eyes.
Published: 10/18/19