30% of stroke survivors experience a loss of vision or blindness in half of their field of vision on the right or left side. This condition is known as hemianopia and there is currently no cure or treatment for the condition.
Gene therapy technique may offer hope as a glaucoma treatment
World's first iPS transplant of visual cells performed
5 Eye Diseases that can lead to Blindness
High fat diet linked to higher risk of blindness
Researchers discovered that a high fat diet disrupts the ability of retinal pigment epithelial cells to adjust to the changing conditions in the eye as it ages, which can result in long-term retina damage and loss of vision.
Macular Degeneration | Hard versus Soft Drusen
Parkinson's drug may be a treatment for advanced age-related macular degeneration
A healthy heart can help keep your eyes healthy
Mask-associated dry eye is really a thing
Dr. Krawitz's Autumn Advice
Crocodile tears may help lead to new dry eye treatments
Researchers are taking a closer look at the tears of birds and reptiles to learn about how and why animals produce tears in the hopes of developing better dry eye treatments.
Eye exams for children even more important with increased screen time
Seeing red: How red light therapy may help declining vision
Researchers at the University College London are looking into the possible benefits of red light therapy for people suffering from declining vision.
Dissolving eye implant for glaucoma approved by FDA
Is it possible to catch COVID-19 through your eyes?
COVID-19 is known to be transmitted by an infected person sneezing or coughing on you but there has been speculation about it being transmitted through the eyes as well.
Protect your brain by keeping your heart healthy
Retinal vein occlusion may be helped by new eye drops
Dry Eye syndrome linked to Vitamin D Deficiency
VisiVite Customer Survey Results on Fear of Blindness
New technology detects Macular Degeneration
Researchers from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai announced results of a study that analyzed the speed and accuracy of a new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm in detecting age-related macular degeneration.
COVID-19 Can Spread Through Eyes
VisiVite Subscribers Asked about Fear of Blindness
Is it safe to see your eye doctor yet?
Patients prefer dropless regimen to drops after cataract surgery
Higher risk of depression and anxiety among diabetic retinopathy patients
Protect Your Vision From Blue Light
VisiVite Gold Formula was Customer Favorite in 2019
The Difficult Choices with Coronavirus
VisiVite Maintains Pristine Purity During Coronavirus
Mediterranean diet offers lower risk of cognitive impairment
Selecting a Mediterranean diet, which is a diet high in fish, olive oil, whole grains and vegetables helps to lower your risk of cognitive impairment according to a recent post-hoc data analyses.
5 Star Review for Dr. Paul Krawitz
Are 2 Lasers better than 1 for Cataract Surgery?
VisiVite Eye Supplements use Superior Natural Vitamin E
New device provides early detection of macular degeneration
Smart contact lens being developed
Vitamin Science Announces VisiVite Sugar-Free Chewable AREDS 2 Vitamins for Macular Degeneration
Vitamin Science, Inc., manufacturer of premium ocular supplements since 2001, today announced a unique, ground-breaking chewable AREDS 2 eye vitamin supplement for people with age-related macular degeneration.
Repeated anti-VEGF injections may increase glaucoma risk
Air pollution may increase your risk of Glaucoma
Researchers recently evaluated date from more than 111,000 people in Great Britain to try and determine the effect of air pollution on vision.