Is Arm Length the Reason Women Need Reading Glasses Sooner than Men?

Scientific analysis finds gender difference is not related to the eye’s focusing power

Studies have consistently reported that women require reading glasses or bifocal lenses earlier than men. According to a recent Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science paper, the gender difference Continue reading

Important News about Lasik

Popping up in health news at an electric rate is something called “LASIK Eye Surgery.” This article goes to the heart of this procedure to uncover the details you need to know if you are considering improving your vision. Continue reading

Kids with Blocked Tear Ducts at Higher Risk for Lazy Eye

Early comprehensive eye examination encouraged in the Journal of AAPOS

Amblyopia, sometimes referred to as “lazy eye,” is a cause of poor vision in children. It occurs in about 1.6% to 3.6% of the general population. Early treatment is critical, as the first few years are the most important in the development of eyesight. If amblyopia is not treated in the first 6 to 10 years, poor vision becomes permanent and cannot be corrected. Continue reading