Does Viibryd Cause Cataracts? Can you believe everything you see on TV? Well no-but stay tuned. Some types of age related cataracts do display a higher concentration of serotonin as part of their molecular composition. The connection to prescription drugs that alter serotonin is a little more complex that it appears to be at first [...]
Keratoconus occurs in the estimated range of 5-20 per thousand people. It warps the corneal tissue on the front of the eye and leads to poor vision and transplants in many cases. Rigid contact lenses have allowed patients with Keratoconus good sight for years. New treatment options are on the horizon.
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Farsighted Eyes Contact lenses And Other Ways Your Optometrist Can Improve Your Look With a Thinner, Lighter Lens Designs and Eliminate the Bug Eye Look! Read On- First a disclaimer-you have to read to the end for contact lens solutions for farsightedness. Being farsighted (hyperopia is the technical term) is when distance vision is good, [...]
Ft Collins Sees The Eyes of Nic and Nac Well it’s back to being a foster parent-Nic & Nak are two Sugar Gliders that have joined out family. In case you don’t know, sugar gliders are marsupials who carry their young in a pouch, and they love to live as adults in anything resembling a [...]
The National Eye Institute The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is the United States government’s principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services. The National Institute of Health falls under HHS and the National Eye Institute (NEI) is part of the National Institute of Health. It was [...]