Intracoastal Eye News

How Macular Degeneration Degrades Your Eye Health


Macular degeneration affects more than 10 million people in the United States. That’s more than glaucoma and cataracts combined, but …

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3 Myths About Cataracts You Probably Believe


Cataracts have robbed people of their vision for centuries. Luckily, we live in an age with modern medicine where cataract …

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Long-Term Diabetic Patients at High Risk for Eye Disease


Diabetes can interfere with many essential body functions, affecting your heart, kidneys and nerves, but diabetic eye diseases are often …

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How to Improve Dry Eyes from Computer Vision Syndrome


Prolonged screen use can lead to a host of symptoms, from blurry vision and dry eyes to headaches and neck …

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Why Does Early Glaucoma Come with Silent Symptoms?


Glaucoma is one of the scariest types of eye disease because it steals your vision before you are even aware …

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So You Have Macular Degeneration – What to Expect


There is no cure for macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss in those age 50 and up. However, …

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Benefits of YAG Laser Treatment After Cataract Surgery


Cataracts do not grow back after surgery. However, the odds are 50 percent that a film will eventually form over …

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Is Prokera Right for You?


The medical device Prokera, worn in the eye, promotes healing of various ocular surface diseases. Dr. Gregory J. Johnson and …

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Reduce Your Risk of Losing Vision to Diabetic Eye Disease


If you have diabetes, you may already be aware that it can cause complications that affect the health of your …

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Study Suggests Exercise May Prevent Eye Disease


A recent study finds that regular exercise, in addition to its many other benefits, may boost eye health. Dr. Gregory …

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