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email@example.comDo you see what I see? If the answer to your eye doctor's question is no, it's probably time for stronger glasses. Or maybe the problem is something more serious. By age 65, one in three people has some form of vision-impairing eye disease, says the...
All The RageThis post has been updated since its original publication. Hand-painted, colorful striped sunglasses. That's the second chapter of Toms Shoes' one-for-one business. "With every pair purchased, Toms will give someone sight," said Toms founder Blake...
FARGO, N.D. - The snow had finally melted and the ground was no longer soggy, so I began inspecting our landscape. I wanted to see if our perennial plants had survived the winter. Fortunately, our rosebushes were budding, the tall grasses were growing and...
HealthFew things are more disconcerting than not seeing well. According to the American Optometric Association's American Eye-Q survey, 46 percent of consumers say eyesight is the sense they worry more about losing. The group offers some recommendations,...
Q. It seems that all my friends are having cataract surgery lately. What can I do to reduce my risk? Americans are living longer than ever before, and most people who live into their 70s and beyond will develop cataracts at some point. That's why it's...
Staff reporterTwo local ophthalmologists are about to start a journey that will improve the eyesight of about 100 rural Vietnamese people in just one week, and they will do it all for free. "The folks that we're going to be operating on, they can hardly walk," Dr....
Reaching from Los Angeles to Yerevan, local doctors are healing the eyes of Armenian infants who otherwise would go blind. In June, a team of six doctors performed surgeries at a neonatal clinic in Yerevan, delivered key equipment and trained roughly...
Tags: Children, Yerevan (Armenia), Eyes and Vision, Infants, Surgery
Special to The TimesIT was an affront to my baby boomer self's illusion of eternal youth to experience a growing inability to decipher freeway signs. I was forced to rely upon passengers, including my teenage son's sharp vision (and tongue) for navigating. Finally, I got...
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