If you are not looking forward to the prospect of having cataracts when you are older, now is the time to take control of your health. How you eat can greatly influence your risk of getting cataracts, according to the experts. The higher the amount of antioxidants that you consume on a daily basis, the...Read More
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In the winter months, driving is more hazardous. According to the National Safety Council, traffic deaths triple at night.
Darkness affects peripheral (side) vision, depth perception, color recognition, and more. A driver's age and energy level can also be factors. The older the driver, the more light is required to...Read More
As we put away the golf clubs and bikes for the season and bring out the skis in preparation for snow, we excitedly plan adventures for winter. Are you one of the many Central Oregonian snow enthusiasts who still wears glasses? If so, you're probably familiar with the seasonal struggle to find eye protection that...Read More
Regardless of how many carrots you eat, your vision is likely to diminish with age. It's a fact of life.
Fortunately, cataract surgery can vastly improve vision and preserve your range of activities. When a patient has cataract surgery, the cloudy lens that is causing vision problems is replaced with...
It's summer, school's out, and outdoor vacations are starting. Because wearing sunglasses is vital to the preservation of your sight, we are reminding you again to put on eye protection whenever you go outdoors.
Regardless of your age, ultraviolet (UV) radiation can damage various parts of the eye and also the skin...
Last month Dr. Ida Alul and her daughter raised money to purchase protective field glasses for a relative's Army unit that is stationed overseas. InFocus Eye Care is proud to support our troops. Below is an excerpt of the unit's newsletter highlighting "Operation Ordnance Optics". Thank you to everyone in our community who contributed to this great cause!
As we gear up to spend the next few months outdoors enjoying the sunshine, remember that UV protection is an important part of maintaining healthy eyes. UV rays can contribute to cataracts, cancers of the eye, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and pterygiums (a growth on the conjunctiva).
Many Americans know that UV rays can damage the skin but are still unaware that extended exposure to the sun can also...