The theme of Contact Lens Health Week is "Healthy Habits Mean Healthy Eyes"
There is a worldwide shortage of donor corneas.
As a retina specialist, we see many patients with eye problems that are a direct consequence of a systemic disease. In addition, there are some retinal diseases that can be modified by controlling an associated systemic disease. As a result, retina specialists commonly evaluate the patient as a whole, not just an eye.
How many dangers out there affect our ability to see?
Dr. Jeffrey Minkovitz is a regular contributor to the New Castle County Women's Journal which is a quarterly publication. His article noted in the title above will be published with the next edition of the New Castle County Women's Journal - and with their permission it has been included it in it's entirety on this blog.
New smartphone app acts like a seeing eye dog without the bark.
There is a difference between dry and wet macular degeneration.
The most common cause of blindness has some exciiting new treatments.
Diabetic control is essential in preventing diabetic eye disease. Read how new, exciting advancements are coming along in diabetic care.
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